Monthly Archives: July 2017

Soundproofing Walls and Ceilings in Your Gym

soundproofing for gyms commercial acoustics

From SoulCycle to Barre to Zumba, it seems like there’s a new workout craze every week these days, and with all these fitness classes come new gyms on every corner. Blaring music, loud equipment and stamping feet may pump you up while you work out but for the daycare center and office building next door, […]

Understanding Expected IIC and STC of Assemblies – Case Study

An architectural firm in Florida is undergoing the process of reviewing standard details in their design assemblies, including the expected IIC and STC of these assemblies. Since these details are used on a number of developments, it is critical to understand how these details are performing in the field and compare those against the expected […]

Cancer Treatment and Research Center – Case Study

soundproofing and acoustical treatment for medical centers

A cancer treatment and research center is undergoing a renovation to replace wood flooring with terrazzo. The reverberation in this space has already raised some complaints, and the more reflective floor covering is expected to create more. These issues are most noticeable during events hosted in the atrium with amplified loud speakers. A reverberation test […]