Emily G. Jaumard
Emily Jaumard is actively involved in many aspects of acoustical design, including analysis and design of room acoustics, architectural and mechanical noise control, design of sound reinforcement systems, and acoustical computer modeling. She has experience with many types of facilities throughout the United States, including regional and international airports, educational facilities from elementary to university, hotels, conference centers, offices, worship spaces and more. Emily has been with AVANT since 2008.
Emily’s role with the company includes project management relating to room acoustics analysis and design as well as noise control analysis and mitigation. She is often aiding designers and project owners to meet acoustical benchmarks for such standards as HIPPA, LEED, SCIF, or FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities. She assists other project managers when needed, reviewing projects for acoustical issues and constructing acoustical computer models to test sound system design and/or finish selection.
Prior to joining the firm full time, Emily was an intern with several architectural firms in the St. Louis metropolitan area, giving her valuable experience in understanding and communicating through architectural drawings and standards.
Emily received a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas in 2008.
To learn more about Emily please see the following AVANT ACOUSTICS Spotlight on Emily Jaumard.
Heber Springs High School – Heber Springs, Arkansas
Jindra Performing Arts Center – Peru, Nebraska
Orlando International Airport South Terminal C – Orlando, Florida
Port Fonda Restaurant – Lawrence, Kansas
Sunnyside Baptist Church – Kingsport, Tennessee