Chicago Tribune Feature: Noise Barriers Knows the Value of Quiet
Featured in the Chicago Tribune:
Steve Mitchell says he has devoted his career to "the sounds of silence."
Mitchell is one of the founding owners of Noise Barriers, based in Libertyville and specializing in architectural and industrial noise control in Chicagoland and around the country.
The walls that line Midway Airport's runways along Cicero Avenue were created by Mitchell's team as were the insulated layers that nestle the massive printing presses at the Chicago Tribune's Freedom Center downtown.
We are very excited to be featured in the Chicago Tribune. You can read the full article here: Knowing the Value of Quiet
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.