Continuing Education

Spray-Applied, Cellulose Acoustical Finishes for Open-Plan Design

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This course examines the relationship between acoustics and open-plan design and describes how spray-applied, cellulose acoustical finishes can be utilized to optimize comfort, productivity, and to further sustainable design objectives in open office environments. Unlike hard surfaces and materials, which reflect sound, spray-applied, cellulose acoustical finishes absorb excessive noise. In addition to acoustic performance, this material offers additional performance properties, and can be tailored to meet distinct design objectives for a wide range of project types.

Sponsored By: International Cellulose Corporation

Presented by: Lauren Kempe, International Cellulose Corporation

Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced

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HSW Eligibility: Yes

This course contains Sustainable Design (SD) information. View SD Information

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