Monthly Archives: September 2017

Auditorium Acoustics: 8 Factors to Consider

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Have you ever attended a lecture or a play in an auditorium and barely been able to make out what the speaker was saying? Chances are the problem was poor acoustics. Next time you provide acoustical consulting for an auditorium, make sure to consider these 7 key factors: 1. Location For new auditoriums, the building […]

Sofwerx – Tampa Bay, FL

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Sofwerx was a Joint Venture between the Department of Defense and a local non-profit known as the Doolittle Institute. The focus is to develop a training and strategy group that could provide counter-UAV support for our troops. The team was faced with an extremely aggressive task of converting an old, 33,000 square foot warehouse into […]

Classroom Noise Distracts Students

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Classrooms,¬†especially grade school classrooms, are notoriously loud. We tend to credit the noise to students giggling with their friends and playing with their iPhones under their desks, but they may not be entirely to blame when it comes to tumultuous classrooms. Think back to the last classroom you were in. What did it look like? […]