Kheong Sen Lim

Kheong Sen Lim

Kheong is a consultant with over 20 years of industry consulting experience working in Australia, Singapore and Malaysia. His strengths lie in the areas of acoustics, technical design, specification and project management. He believes strongly that stakeholder consultation and design team collaboration are key elements to a successful project. He has extensive experience in technical management and AV systems design.

Since starting in AV systems engineering in 1992, Kheong has had hands-on experience in various aspects of audio, video, stage lighting and staging systems design for a variety of events including musical productions, concerts, dance, and independent technical systems design for churches, theatres, concert halls and non-profit organisations. He has also been providing acoustical and noise control solutions since 1999. Kheong’s passion is to design spaces that enhance the user’s experience by embracing technological challenges. He believes in working closely with the client and design team to provide practical solutions to ensure a successful outcome for the project.

Kheong has designed and mixed on sound systems of all sizes, from community spaces to large stadia, and specialises in the design and optimisation of sound systems using state of the art computer aided simulation and advanced acoustic measurement software. He has designed over 100 sound systems for churches, community centres and auditoria of all sizes. He specialises in the design and optimisation of sound systems using state of the art computer aided design and measurement software. These include sound systems that have been used by the Prime Ministers of Singapore and Malaysia, Prince Philip, and the President of the United States.

 

Qualifications

  • Diploma in Project Management (Australia)
  • Diploma in Audio Engineering (Singapore)
  • Diploma in Technical Production (Australia)
  • BA(Hons) Recording Arts (UK)

Contact details

Melbourne

kheong@marshallday.com

+61 3 9416 1855

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