Acoustical Design for Today’s Buildings

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Acoustical Design for Today’s Buildings

AIA Program Number: ADTB     Credits: 1 LU| HSW 
IDCEC Approved:    Credits: 1 LU
GBCI Course Number: 0920017068     Credits: 1 LU 

Have you heard a great building lately? How someone experiences a building relies on the experience of all their senses including their sense of hearing. As soon as someone or something makes a sound, the acoustic design becomes evident. Poor architectural acoustics can negatively affect building occupants' concentration, comprehension, confidentiality, healing, and/or learning. By contrast, good sound qualities can add drama, vibrancy, and energy, enhancing the occupant experience. Join us to explore the many options available today that help architects design for acoustics without compromising their design vision.

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Please note:
IDCEC attendees must self-report for their participation in courses with an approved IDCEC number.  All others have not been approved by the IDCEC and are either pending or are ineligible for IDCEC credits. All learning units qualify as Health, Safety, and Welfare [HSW] credit per the AIA CES continuing education guidelines. “Sustainable Ceiling Systems” also qualifies as SD, or Sustainable Design.

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