The Salvador - St. Petersburg, FL
When developing luxury hotel and condo units, sound transmission and privacy are a top concern.
Lakeshore Multi-Family Development - Keystone, CO
The Lakeshore Apartments in Colorado was a redevelopment project in which an existing commercial building was turned into eight individual apartment units. The largest challenge of this renovation was achieving the IBC building code 1207.1 requirement of an STC of 50 for demising walls.
The Cayman Condominiums - Orlando, FL
The Cayman Condominiums were undergoing a renovation, its first in 20 years. While the existing structure and design were acceptable from an aesthetic and functional perspective, the contractor felt that they needed to address the one major complaint they were receiving – noise.
Multi-Family Consultation - Upstate New York
We were contracted to perform consulting services for a multi-family property in upstate New York where residents were complaining of excessive noise, particularly from adjacent stairways and from footfall above. After performing the tests, our analysis determined that certain products offered the most cost-effective solutions to increase the sound-blocking between the units at an affordable cost.
The Santal Premium Luxury Apartments - Austin, TX
One of the most straight-forward mitigations developers and architects can make is adding a flooring underlayment to reduce structure-borne noise in units above; mainly, footfall. We recently treated a facility in Austin, TX that experienced superior IIC and STC ratings in their Open Web Truss flooring system by implementing the Floor Blokker membrane beneath the hardwood floors
Evolve Student Housing - Auburn, AL
Located in the heart of downtown Auburn, Evolve Student Apartments stands 9 stories high, fully furnished with the highest level of amenities for residents. The desire for a high level of tenant comfort and privacy began early in the design phase when the architectural firm contacted Commercial Acoustics to discuss wall and flooring assembly treatments.