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Corporate spaces have need for privacy as well as areas of clear communication. Achieving these goals is done through intelligent design and engineering.
Many times, poor acoustic design in a corporate environment goes unnoticed until after the space is built. Contemporary corporate environments present a variety of acoustic challenges, including rapid communication, reverberation from hard surfaces, lack of privacy or confidential spaces.
From call centers to conference rooms, from open office plans to private spaces, we design and use corporate environments to harness the magic that happens when we work together. If we can’t effectively communicate in these spaces, however, none of the other design elements matter.
Background noise can be distracting and stressful for employees, and can even transmit through the phone to the customers making communication difficult. Mechanical equipment noise is another frequent complaint, caused by vibrating HVAC and other building systems.
Unwanted noise can also flank over top of dropped ceiling tiles and into the adjacent space if the common walls are not constructed to the top of the existing ceiling or plenum.
Controlling noise in corporate environments requires creative solutions that span a wide range of parameters. To aide in solving these types of noise issues, the following key elements should be considered:
We use best-in-class techniques to examine acoustic problems before recommending a solution
Using data collected from our analysis, we create custom solutions to solve your unique acoustic challenges
Using rugged commercial grade materials, our intelligent acoustic solutions look great, sound amazing, and stand the test of time
Focusing on proper acoustics in the corporate environment reinforces your company’s brand proposition to your customers by enabling effective communication across teams and other stakeholders. Using our unique approach to solving noise problems, we create turn-key solutions that help drive value from the corner office to the smile on the face of your client.
By providing both comfort and privacy, our systems help minimize audible disruptions and therefore improve productivity.
Used to control reverberation time or harsh reflections, introducing comfortable communications within a space.
Controlling HVAC noise can be a difficult task. It is critical that airflow design is balanced with acoustic performance. With over 30 years of experience with HVAC and duct design, we know how to strike that balance.
Mass loaded vinyl, fiberglass absorbers, and high performance ceiling tiles can be combined to minimize noise transmission from one office to another.
As experts in acoustic design, we can help develop an effective, comfortable, and aesthetically pleasing acoustic solution that helps your organization improve the quality and productivity of time spent in your facility.
Our project managers will work with you to assess your noise control needs. With a keen focus on delivering a turn-key solution, we can help design an acoustic package to solve any noise issue.
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