April 1, 2009 | Written by: Jeffrey Fullerton

Acoustics in Multi-Residential Buildings

Most residents of multi-residential buildings expect a reasonable level of privacy from their neighbors and isolation from the building’s central mechanical systems, but residents and guests of luxury hotels and residences have even greater expectations for these issues. For these high-end projects, designers and acoustical consultants need to work together to ensure that sound and impact isolation and architectural acoustics are addressed before the moving truck arrives.

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