Melinda MillerPrincipal Engineer
Melinda Miller, PE, LEED AP BD+C, EDAC, INCE. Bd.Cert., Melinda is the Principal Engineer, stationed in Portland, Oregon. Melinda has been working in acoustical engineering since 2001. Her expertise includes diagnosing and preventing noise problems, as well as designing acoustically optimized environments using 3D computer modeling, and evidence-based design practices. Melinda earned her Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Idaho in 1998, and Master's from the University of Illinois, Chicago, in 2003. Melinda has presented technical papers and speeches for the Acoustical Society of America, the American Institute of Architects, the Chicago Chapter of the Audio Engineering Society, Columbia College, and The University of Illinois at Chicago.
Melinda Miller's Projects
Sam Barlow High School Classrooms, Stadium, Performing Arts Center, Offices
UMT Early Childhood Education Center University of Montana
Jim and Martie Bultman Student Center Hope College
Gonzaga University Campus Noise Study
Melinda Miller's Experience
Melinda Miller's Blog Posts
Expert acoustical engineers discuss the sound principals of acoustic absorption, reflection, and transmission. How sound really works.
What’s Shakin’ in Healthcare? Insight and advice from professional engineers on mechanical noise and vibration in healthcare facilities and hospitals.
It seems like a good idea; a fitness center in your building. It’s so convenient! Unless of course, you want some peace and quiet.