Following ongoing research, testing and fine tuning, we have launched our newest and most effective acoustic barrier to date -the H9™.
The WELL Building Standard, originally introduced in the US, is steadily gaining importance in the design of UK office buildings. Here, to mark the Health and Wellbeing at Work event (6th-7th March), we take a look at one key element of the project – acoustics.
We all know that living under a flight-path, near train lines or next to busy roads can have a negative impact on our health. But aside from pollution and sleep disturbance, there is now a direct correlation between high levels of noise and heart disease thanks to new research from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
New York City has always been known as a melting pot of people and noise. But now the city that never sleeps is being given some peace and quiet with the introduction of new legislation that will aim to restrict overnight and weekend construction noise.
Council leaders have come together to support a campaign for a change in the current noise pollution law in the UK. The change will see an individual or business responsible for an alteration in noise conditions being held accountable for dealing with that change.
New research has shown that birds exhibit symptoms of PTSD as a result of prolonged exposure to loud noise. Birds, much like humans, need some peace and quiet from time to time. We are able to go home, shut the door and with it the noisy world outside. But for bluebirds living in nesting sites in northern New Mexico, there is no escape