Noise Barriers Case Studies
Imlay City High School in Imlay City Michigan needed a high STC rated sliding door to separate the scene shop from the stage.
Sound control doors for a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility project at a US Air Force Base. The name of the facility is classified and cannot be shared. The project required sound control doors that met ICD/ICS 705, Version 1.4 calling for Sound Group 3 and Sound Group 4 rating.
The MIND Laboratory space consists of modular acoustically treated and electrically shielded chambers constructed from pre-engineered QuietGuard Modular panel systems including wall and ceiling panels, QuietSwing doors, QuietLite windows, and QuietAir silenced ventilation systems.
Telemundo's contractor, Restorations Unlimited contacted Noise Barriers' local rep, Tony Handley of Hollywood, Florida. to assist with sound stage doors.
The Homeland Security Training Center (HTC) is a 39,714 sq ft training facility that reached out to Noise Barriers o address two main issues including noise control and safety related to the firing range.
GFX Data Center for the Chicago Board of Trade in Winfield, Illinois needed a solution for preventing noise from their standby engine generators that were disturbing neighbors and a nearby High School.
Alamo Heights High School is a public high school located in the city of Alamo Heights, Texas. The school needed a barrier installed that would shield the community and school from mechanical noise.
Noise Barriers provided a turnkey solution ― design, supply and installation of this chiller enclosure and achieved the goal of the city. There have been no more noise complaints. When earlier attempts by the city to solve the problem failed, they reached out to our rep Dan Heston at eNoise Control
The General Contractor (Pepper Construction) was able to place one order to a single source for sound control doors, sound control windows and sound absorption panels. Sound control doors, windows and fabric wrapped absorption panels were installed on-time and on-budget.
With the involvement of Rick Seitz with Acoustical Systems, Inc. a two phase solution was developed. Provide a QuietMod enclosure system for the Gensets that was convection vented (forced ventilation system not allowed), allow for the possible removal of a Generator and achieve the required 25-30 dB reduction in the 63-500 Hz Octave Bands to meet the noise criteria.