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Small Firm Roundtable:Architectural Acoustics – Controlling and Optimizing Sound in the Built Enviro
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Presented by USG. A discussion of the physics and nature of sound - this course will use details and examples to cover design criteria such as STC, CAC, NRC, factors of sound control such as use of building materials, flanking paths, and ASTM testing methods related to interior partitions in the architectural environment.

12/13/2018
When: Thursday December 13th
12 - 1 PM
Where: Dilworth Neighborhood Grille
911 E Morehead Street
Charlotte, NC 
Contact: 704.369.2302

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A discussion of the physics and nature of sound - this course will use details and examples to cover design criteria such as STC, CAC, NRC, factors of sound control such as use of building materials, flanking paths, and ASTM testing methods related to interior partitions in the architectural environment.

 

 At the end of this program the participants will be able to:

Define STC, CAC and NRC, understand the design criteria when dealing with acoustics, explain the difference between sound isolation & sound transmission, and the importance of “sound” design solutions.

 

Presented by: 

USG

 Ric Blankenburg, LEED GA, CSI, Industry IIDA

Architectural Services Representative

704-804-2034

rblankenburg@usg.com

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