Acoustical Design for Today’s Buildings

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Indoor Environmental Quality
Mineral Fiber and Fiberglass
Acoustical Design for Today’s Buildings

Acoustics are one of the foundational pillars of Indoor Environment Quality that not only affect occupant satisfaction but also productivity, confidentiality, and health. This one-hour CEU will dive into the world of interior acoustic design. We'll explore the fundamental principles of creating sustainable spaces that sound as good as they look. Hear about trendy ceiling choices that provide the perfect acoustic treatments for any space and discuss their contributions to green building certifications.

Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) Justification:
Poor acoustic design can have significant negative impacts on building occupants, including decreased concentration and comprehension, decreased confidentiality, hindrance to the healing process, and hindrance to the learning process. On the other hand, good acoustic design can greatly enhance the overall experience of building occupants, by providing an environment that is conducive to effective communication, reduces distractions, and creates a more vibrant and energetic atmosphere. Good acoustic design is a crucial aspect of promoting the health, safety, and welfare of building occupants and should be given careful consideration in the design process.

Recognized Associations
AIA|HSW, ASID, GBCI. IDS, IDC, IDCEC|HSW, IIDA & State Licensing Boards

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