An isolated wall system designed to improve transmission loss between spaces, where the construction of a separate wall or inner room is impractical. Often used in conjunction with floor and ceiling treatments to provide a fully integrated acoustic design.
St. John’s School, Northwood
Construction of music practice rooms using dry-wall techniques.
- Secondary wall constructions over the face of existing walls
- New dividing walls utilising soundbloc plasterboard on metal studs
- Timber acoustic doors
- Overlay acoustic flooring
- Proprietary sound absorptive tiles within exposed tee suspended grid