Stadium Soundproofing - Atlanta, GA
Commercial Acoustics works with a variety of entertainment venues and sporting arenas nationwide, most recently assisting the Atlanta Falcon’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium in their stunning $1.5 billion stadium (complete with solar panels, fan plaza and retractable roof).
Aerospace Office - Sarasota, FL
Commercial Acoustics performed testing and analysis for a property manager working for a commercial property. One of their commercial tenants, an aerospace center at the property had concerns about sound attenuation between adjacent tenant units. Two adjacent legal firms, with very low background noise in their offices, could occasionally hear muffled conversations being held in the office next to them.
I Love Kickboxing - Alpharetta, Georgia
I Love Kickboxing, a kickboxing studio in Alpharetta, Georgia, builds out their gyms in existing retail spaces with other neighboring businesses. They came to Commercial Acoustics with the task of keeping loud music and workout noise from entering neighboring spaces, as well as keeping construction costs down in the building of a new studio space.
Naples Flatbread - Sarasota, FL
Naples Flatbread, a modern restaurant serving up artisanal flatbreads, recently discovered they were suffering from a sound problem. In addition to their restaurant services, the trendy location is equipped with a stage and offers live music to guests as they dine. Naples Flatbread found their sound solution with Commercial Acoustics.
Acoustical Assembly Testing - Orlando, FL
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 values in the laboratory tests.
Soundproofing for Multi-Family - Milwaukee, WI
Little Creek Construction in Wisconsin, already familiar with the installation and performance of our Floor Blokker membrane, came back to Commercial Acoustics for soundproofing of their new installation of Luxury Vinyl Planking.
Property Management Office - Lake Mary, FL
A property management firm has encountered complaints regarding structural vibrations in one of its commercial office properties in Lake Mary, FL. Specifically, occupants complain of annoying or distracting vibrations in the concrete slab, and some occupants have been concerned with potential structural integrity issues.
Tropical Smoothie Case Study - Tampa, FL
A common problem restaurants have is reverberation from hard surfaces in the kitchen and dining area. This can interrupt customer's dining experience as well as annoy employees. Due to these issues, Tropical Smoothie reached out to us for testing and acoustical treatment.
Office Acoustics Case Study- Tampa, FL
An open office area was struggling with reverberation in their space and called Commercial Acoustics to help.
Yacht Club Case Study - Tampa, FL
The Tampa Yacht and Country Club was struggling with an exterior noise issue. While it is a beautiful venue with a history of hosting elegant events, this also led to large wedding parties that sometimes were louder than local neighbors appreciated.
University Acoustics Case Study - Florida
A university in Florida came to Commercial Acoustics to address noise from their student government area spilling over into staff offices.
Gym Sound Treatment - Cincinnati, OH
A gym reached out to us in search for a solution to the noise issues they're having. They are located on the 2nd level of a commercial structure surrounded by a day spa, retail store and office space. The structure was dealing with reported sound transmission through the walls and flooring assembly between tenant spaces causing concern and complaints.
Lake House Acoustical Treatment - Lake Nona, FL
At the Lake House room in a luxury, master-planned community in Lake Nona, Florida, an unexpected issue arose. The aesthetics of the room were impeccable. The room was adorned floor to ceiling windows along the walls, and custom chandeliers in the center. However, with all of these hard surfaces, the reverberation time in the space was surprisingly long.
Hospital Case Study - Central Florida
Winter Haven Hospital (WHH) management requested an assessment and potential solutions to improve their sound rating scores in their facility. Specifically, the intent was to study and improve the HCAHPS question of whether patients find their environment “Always Quiet at Night”, and the corresponding improvement in patient care quality.
Automotive Parts Distributor - Tampa, FL
We recently encountered a project where a commercial tenant was having issues with sound transmission from a tenant next door. The primary tenant was an automotive parts distributor, while the adjacent tenant taught karate classes. The “shrieks” from the kid’s classes came straight through the 2×4 stud walls, and were becoming a bigger issue by the day
Fausette Warehouse Office Conversion - St. Petersburg, FL
Here’s a look at a Warehouse conversion project that is now office space for a number of real estate, title, and architecture firms. A growing trend in urban centers is to convert existing warehouse space into open office area. In an effort to salvage historic sites, while minimizing renovation costs, this becomes a viable alternative.
National Association of Home Builders – Office Soundproofing - Washington, D.C.
The corporate headquarters for The National Association of Home Builders, NAHB, requested a soundproofing consultation with our firm regarding a renovation of a noisy corner office to transform it into a quiet media room for broadcasting. Located in the busy downtown district of Washington, D.C., the location of this project was a corner office, experiencing both incoming traffic sounds as well as airborne noise transfer through a large wall adjacent to a busy stairwell, hallway and constant disruptive conversation.
Morean Art Museum - St. Petersburg, FL
We recently treated a small Art Museum in the city of St. Petersburg, Florida. The facility was moving from bamboo flooring to polished concrete, and the facility manager had concern for an increase in noise level (for a room that was already relatively loud). They host parties and gatherings as well, which leads to elevated speech and reverberation in the space