Continuing Education

Architectural Acoustics for Today’s Buildings

Approximately 1 hour

Noise pollution is excessive environmental noise that disrupts the activity or balance of human life. As urban environments have become increasingly dense, the noise problem has magnified, negatively impacting mental and physical health. Sound is everywhere, but it can be controlled with architectural solutions. This course provides a refresher on the basic science of acoustics and how sound interacts with our surroundings. From there, the course explores various architectural solutions, the technology behind them, and how they are successfully integrated into buildings to reduce noise. Discussion of installation applications addresses sound control options for retrofits and new construction.

Presented by Dennis Voss on behalf of G&S Acoustics.

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This course is rated 1 SD symbol. This course contains minimal sustainable design information. You can read more about the Sustainability Rating system.

This course IS Health, Safety and Welfare eligible.

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