RML Acoustic, LLC Provides Acoustical Design In Florida

November 15, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - RML Acoustics would like to make Florida residents aware of their acoustical design services. The company assists their clients by altering the acoustic properties of their space or the environment around them, which is useful for enhancing the quality of natural sounds and keeping out unwanted sounds.

RML Acoustics helps clients establish acoustic design goals and then guides them through the process of meeting these goals. Their design services can add value to a project while also helping the client avoid acoustical defects as well as noise and vibration issues in buildings that can lead to dissatisfied customers and even litigation.

The company provides solutions for all types of noise problems and has done so for years. They have worked on over 800 projects across the United States, helping hundreds of clients deal with unwanted sound or create exactly the kind of soundscape they want. RML Acoustics strives to establish or interpret the acoustic design criteria of each client’s project. They also provide assistance with initial space shaping to improve the quality of sound in rooms and provide space planning to improve acoustical separation between noisy and quiet spaces. In addition, they can provide acoustical design recommendations for acoustics, sound isolation systems and much more through every phase of the project.

RML Acoustics is run by principal acoustical consultant Rob Lilkendey, who has worked in the field of architectural and environmental acoustics for over 20 years. He has solved numerous noise and vibration issues in buildings and helped optimize acoustical environments in numerous projects across the US. He has worked on themed entertainment venues, world class performing arts centers, hospitals, schools, museums, luxury condominium towers, and weapons training facilities and much more.

The company is co-owned by Lana Lilkendey, the business manager and second owner of RML Acoustics. She has over 17 years’ experience in the acoustic consulting business and has held many positions in the industry over the years. She has worked with marketing staff from architectural firms directly to develop and produce marketing material for many different kinds of projects but she currently handles the marketing side of RML’s business. She holds multiple qualifications, both master’s and bachelor’s, and is prepared to give customers exactly what they need in the field. Find out more about the two acoustic consultants online at their website.

Acoustical design is required on a wide variety of projects, and the acoustic specialists at RML have encountered all of them. They have worked on multi-family residential and mixed-use buildings, hotels, resorts, country clubs and much more. Noise control and vibration isolation fulfil yet another aspect of their services, and they can serve to reduce building noise and vibration from all types of mechanical, electrical and plumbing equipment. To reduce sound transmission through a building, RML’s customers often contact the company for help with architectural noise control. On an industrial level, the company helps with the control of noise in industrial settings through the use of acoustical barriers, equipment enclosures, room acoustic treatment, equipment modification, duct silencing, vibration isolation and other such devices.

RML Acoustics has offices in Alachua, Florida and Charlotte, North Carolina. They serve the entire southeast United States, from Miami to Charlotte and as far west as New Orleans (covering all areas in between as well). Customers can find RML in Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Naples, Atlanta, Charleston, and the entire gulf region. “While the majority of our work takes place in the southeast United States, we have easy access to three major airports and are pleased to service clients across the country,” says the company.

The services of a professional acoustical consultant can change a space for the better. Noise management is an absolute necessity for industrial complexes and residential buildings—since failing to take the right precautions can make it either very difficult or downright impossible to live or work in a particular environment. Those interested in professional acoustical design services are encouraged to contact RML Acoustics to get started. Find out more about environmental noise consultants in Atlanta on RML’s website and other online resources.


For more information about RML Acoustics, LLC, contact the company here:

RML Acoustics, LLC
Rob Lilkendey
(352) 415-4041
14688 NW 150th Lane
Alachua, Florida 32615

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