From our geographically central location, Soundscape Engineering LLC's acoustical consultants and noise and vibration control engineers serve clients located throughout North America - in Chicago, Illinois; Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Ann Arbor, and Petoskey, Michigan; Milwaukee and Madison Wisconsin; Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, South Bend, and Northwest Indiana; Los Angeles, California; Vancouver, British Columbia; Dayton and Cincinnati Ohio, Winnipeg Manitoba; Saskatoon and Regina Saskatchewan; and elsewhere. Our engineers consult on issues of room acoustics, sound isolation, speech privacy, HVAC noise control, building vibration, and exterior noise impact. They also provide acoustic and vibration measurement services.

Senior Consultant

Aimee Lalime

Aimee Lalime has worked in acoustical engineering since 2000. She began her career in acoustics as a graduate research assistant for NASA Langley, optimizing their 3D acoustical simulation of the space station. After completing her Master’s Degree, Aimee joined Arup Acoustics, working to solve and prevent problems with architectural acoustics, environmental noise, and mechanical systems noise.

Since joining Soundscape Engineering in 2012, Aimee has consulted on over 200 projects, providing tailored advice with respect to architectural acoustics, environmental noise, mechanical noise and vibration control, and impact noise and vibration. Her architectural project experience includes work on worship spaces, hotel and residential buildings, performing arts and recording spaces, university buildings, K-12 schools, museums, healthcare facilities, corporate offices, laboratories, and industrial facilities.

These projects include quiet HVAC design for the Discovery World Museum addition in Milwaukee; sound isolation and room acoustics for the Chicago Cubs player interview recording studio; 3D acoustic computer modeling for the Jeanne & Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre in Camrose (Alberta Canada); environmental noise control for the Prologis industrial development in Lockport, IL; speech intelligibility analysis for the University of Michigan Robotics Building; sound isolation between guestrooms in the Hard Rock Hotel in Edwardsville (Kansas); airport noise computer modeling and sound isolation design for the Milwaukee Airport Firehouse; and measurements, analysis, and assessment of all acoustics issues within a large senior living facility to inform the Facilities Guidelines Institute (FGI) on acoustics issues to address in their acoustics guidelines for senior living facilities

In addition to working for acoustics consulting firms, Aimee worked with the Aerospace Corporation, providing support to the Air Force regarding the acoustic, vibration, and shock environments experienced by spacecraft during launch. While at Aerospace, she developed 3D models of spacecraft and launch vehicles for acoustic and vibration analyses, processed launch shock and vibration data, managed spacecraft testing, and hosted technical workshops for the aerospace sound and vibration community.