How Can You Loudly Tell Your Customers Your Appliance is Quiet

THE FIRST ISSUE IS DESCRIBING A PRODUCT’S NOISE TO CONSUMERS IN A MEANINGFUL WAY April 1, 2017 By: Steve Africk   It has been said that noise is among the top five factors in a shopper’s decision to buy an appliance. This consumer sensitivity, and the increasing competition from Europe where strict noise standards reign,…

Mitigating Fitness Center Impacts

 UPGRADES TO WALLS, CEILINGS, AND FLOORS CAN MUTE DISRUPTIVE NOUSE AND VIBRATION Spring 2017 By: Terence Tyson, PE, CDT principal consultant in acoustics, Acentech FITNESS CENTERS are valued amenities in many office, residential and mixed-use buildings, but they can also create noise and vibrations that make them less than ideal neighbors. Can a fitness center…

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DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE / NAIOP: 4 STORIES Acentech collaborated with Baker Design Group to provide acoustical design for TripAdvisor’s new 282,000-square-foot global headquarters in Needham, Massachusetts. Their work focused on a four-story atrium designed to accommodate 1,100 employees for company meetings as well as smaller groups for dining, casual meetings and amplified and recorded presentations. The mixed-use…