Sim Engineering, your Expert in Acoustic & Vibration Studies.
Formed in 1996, Sim Engineering is an acoustic, vibration and pulsation engineering firm based in Lille in the North of France and operates throughout France and worldwide.
We specialise in buildings, environment, and industrial applications.
Our team of engineers and technicians support you at every stage of your projects.
We provide diagnoses, predictive and design studies, regulatory compliance and upgrade assessments, site support and acoustic acceptance, we set up noise and vibration monitoring systems, prepare forensic reports, and more…
SIM Engineering is OPQIBI and MASE certified.
As evidence of our commitment to safety & the environment safety and the environment, Sim Engineering is OPQIBI and MASE accredited.
Its staff are qualified to work at all types of sites (Industrial, Seveso, etc…).
Sim Engineering News
Meet our team at the Préventica show in Bordeaux from October 2nd to 4th. It is a must-attend event, bringing together the professionals of staff protection, the show will be an opportunity for us to discuss our expertise and your future projects. On the agenda of this show? Current issues on the theme of … Continued
Our teams will visit Gastech Barcelona from 17 to 20 September. This event is one of the world’s largest conferences on gas, LNG and energy and will bring together no less than 350 speakers. We will be able to attend one of the 250 conferences and discuss with other exhibitors the issues faced by … Continued
SIM ENGINEERING will present its expertise on 21 June on the occasion of the technical day, organized by the CIDB, dealing with “Nuisances of building sites”. A good opportunity for us to present our acoustic, vibratory and monitoring activities. At a time when the well-being of local residents, faced with the necessary densification of … Continued
This is no longer a novelty, environmental issues are at their summit in France, especially in large French cities. As proof, the inhabitants of the capital classify air pollution among the biggest constraints in Paris. At a time when institutions, such as the World Health Organization (WHO), are fighting to regulate and apply “acceptable” levels … Continued