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QMN President Lisa Schott Featured on Real Life 101 TV Show

Lisa Schott, President and Principal Acoustical Consultant of Quietly Making Noise, LLC was recently featured on Real Life 101, a syndicated television show about interesting and unusual career choices. Acoustical consulting is certainly a unique and rewarding career, and Lisa was happy to share more information about it to the viewers who range from high […]

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Quietly Making Noise, LLC Celebrates 16 Years in Business!

Quietly Making Noise, LLC is pleased to celebrate its 16th anniversary! Principal Lisa Schott has provided innovative and practical acoustical consulting services to clients across the United States since 2002.

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Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts – Phase 2 Groundbreaking

A groundbreaking ceremony was held on March 6, 2017 for the second phase of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, which is scheduled to open in 2020. Quietly Making Noise, LLC is part of the acoustical design team that will ensure an outstanding acoustical environment in the third hall of this amazing facility. […]

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Quietly Making Noise, LLC celebrates 15th Anniversary!

Quietly Making Noise, LLC is pleased to celebrate its 15th anniversary! Principal Lisa Schott has enjoyed providing top notch acoustical consulting services to clients across the United States since 2002.

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Lisa Schott Leads ASF Strategic Planning Task Force

On May 13, 2016, Lisa Schott was named Chair of the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation’s Strategic Planning Task Force. The group included several astronauts, Astronaut Scholars, and ASF Board of Trustees members. They successfully created a three-year strategic plan for the organization that was unanimously approved by the Board of Directors today. The ASF Strategic Plan […]

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13th Anniversary of Quietly Making Noise, LLC

April 2, 2015 marks the thirteenth anniversary of Quietly Making Noise, LLC (QMN). During these first 13 years of acoustical consulting, the company has completed nearly 1,000 projects across a wide range of industries. QMN is involved with solving noise issues, designing projects for excellent sound quality and premium noise isolation, and making the world […]

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Dr. Phillips Center Grand Opening

The Walt Disney Theater at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts has received outstanding reviews for the “terrific quality of the acoustics”.  Quietly Making Noise, LLC, in partnership with Arup, provided acoustical consulting services for the project and is very proud to be part of the project team.  Read the review of grand opening night.

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Pugh Theater at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

The Pugh theater at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts opened with a show by Emmylou Harris, to outstanding reviews. Quietly Making Noise, LLC provided acoustical consulting services for the project in partnership with Arup and is proud to be part of the team that created this wonderful new venue for Orlando!  Read the full […]

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ASF Announces Board Changes

The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF) announced the election of space shuttle astronaut Dan Brandenstein as chairman of its board of directors and Orlando business owner Lisa Schott as vice chairman, a development that marks two firsts for the nonprofit: Brandenstein as the first shuttle-era astronaut to become chair, and Schott as the first non-astronaut to […]

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Quietly Making Noise, LLC (QMN) celebrates 10 years of making this world a quieter place!

During our 10 years in business, QMN has focused on bringing practical, feasible advice to meet acoustical challenges in a way that is understandable and cost effective.  We work in the multi-family residential, commercial, and industrial areas. QMN helps its clients achieve great success in designing, developing, and building quieter projects and solving difficult and […]

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