Office of acoustic studies
SIM Engineering is an office of acoustic and vibratory studies involved in many sectors such as industry, energy, building, architecture, environment, wind turbines …
Our studies have as main objective: the reduction of the noise nuisances and the protection of the staff, the acoustic and vibratory comfort, the control of the vibrations and the mechanical resistance of various processes and industrial machines (studies of flexibility and dilation).
SIM Engineering also develops its own acoustic and vibratory monitoring stations, mainly used by the industrial and building sectors.
Finally, our company has an acoustic and vibratory testing laboratory to work on many innovative projects and to validate various equipment and products.
Since 1996 we rely on our expertise in acoustics, vibration and on the personalized accompaniment of our 25 engineers, acousticians and technicians to respond optimally to the requests of our customers.
Our multidisciplinary team puts at your disposal its expertise to support you throughout the different phases of your project: programming, diagnosis, study, consulting companies, site monitoring, control measures, judicial expertise, … our range of missions is rich and varied.
SIM Engineering also benefits from a national and international influence, thanks to its headquarters in Villeneuve d’Ascq as well as its 3 agencies located in Ile-de-France, in the South-West and in the Great-West.
What is an acoustician ?
An acoustician is a sound expert who acts on problems of noisy environments, in a preventive or corrective way. This noise specialist is often called upon to act upstream, particularly on the design of a building, or on the manufacture of products and insulating materials.
It may also be called to perform measurements and controls for infrastructures, buildings, as well as to carry out noise mapping.
Acousticians are extremely versatile and work in a variety of industries : industry, public sector or even private company.
Therefore, their objective is to establish an acoustic diagnosis in order to propose adapted and optimal solutions, taking into account many factors such as the laws (acoustic legislation evolves very regularly), the environment or the budget allocated by the customer.
1996 – Sim Engineering & Soft created as a spin-off company to outsource Boët Stopson’s Engineering and R&D functions.
2000 – Previously analog, pulsations studies become digital through in-house software development
2002 – IAC buys Boët Stopson and Sim Engineering & Soft, which becomes IAC Sim Engineering
2006 – Development of Monitoring activity
2008 – Development of acoustic imaging activity
2009 – MASE certification
2016 – Sim Engineering and its parent company Boët Stopson leave IAC Acoustics Group
2012: 18 people and €1,989,446 turnover
2013: 20 people and €2,238,229 turnover
2014: 21 people and €2,506,546 turnover
2015: 23 people and €2,600,414 turnover