This session will offer attendees an overview of the following information:
This presentation outlines basic acoustic principles and definitions, specifically the transfer of impact and airborne sounds in wood-framed buildings.
Efficient means of acoustic insulation will be discussed using multiple case studies of recent floor-ceiling assemblies.
This presentation will benefit any professional such as architects, designers,acoustic engineers, builders, general contractors and flooring contractors interested and/or concerned with acoustic insulation of all multi storey buildings.
-Basic acoustic principles and definitions
-Impact and airborne sounds in wood-framed buildings
-Means of soundproofing wood-framed buildings
-The do’s and don’ts
This presentation is led by Andre Rioux, VP Sales and Development, AcoustiTECH
Date and Location:
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
9th Floor, 10707 100 Ave NW, Edmonton, Alberta
Cost: FREE, lunch will be provided
11:45 am Arrive
12:00 – 12:45 pm Presentation
12:45 pm – 1:00 pm Q & A
Lunch and Learn is eligable for 1 Structured Professional Development hour with Alberta Association of Architects.