Stay Quiet! 5 Tips to Keep Acoustics in Check

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Plan Ahead During Layout Changes

Designing and laying out a space always includes unique challenges from worker placement to lighting, but don’t forget to consider the acoustics of your new or renovated space as well. New tools are available that can help you predict acoustical trouble spots and find strategies to mitigate the issue. Auralization tools use a type of CAD drawing that includes attributes of surfaces and materials and allows users to “listen” to the properties of the room before it’s retrofitted or constructed.


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