When Toyota manufacturing plants in Indiana and Illinois faced recent noise control concerns in their testing process, they looked to IAC Acoustics, whom they had successfully worked with in other factories across the country in the past, to provide a solution.
IAC Acoustics was contracted by the B.R. Fries Construction Company to design, to fabricate and to install six Accutone™2 series translation booths for their digital recording studio located in the heart of Manhattan overlooking the Empire State Building.
IAC supplied more than twenty Noise-Lock® sound control door assemblies for Talking House Studios in the heart of San Francisco. The acoustically and aesthetically unique recording studio consists of a large SSL Mix room, two small Edit/Mix suites with dedicated isolation booths and a single share live room.
The IAC Noise-Lock® sound control doors has made a significant contribution to the nation’s first ever “green”independent film studio facility, Second Line Stages. Second Line States was built to comply with the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Silver certification standard, which is awarded to structures that achieve superior environmental performance.
IAC’s line of Noise-Lock® doors recently learned a new song. The main recording room of a new multimedia studio at the Honolulu Community College required a door with STC 55 performance and a double wide 6‘-0” x 7’-0” clear opening, granting oversize musical instruments and equipment access to the recording area
IAC Acoustics supplied and installed a Noishield® FS/S sound barrier for PG&E in San Francisco, California. IAC Acoustics provided complete turn-key services including the design, engineering, foundations, structural support steel, panels, and installation.
AC Acoustics FS/S Noishield® louvered sound barrier systems are designed to protect the communities against noise generated by air condensers, pumps, chillers, fans and compressors where restricted airflow caused by an all solid barrier is a concern.
NSTAR is the largest Massachusetts based, investor own edelectric and gas utility. NSTAR transmits and delivers energy to 1.1 million electricity customers in 81 communities and also nearly 300,000 gas customers. The transformers in this substation were operating at a noise level that exceeded the regulating noise ordinance.
Stanford University’s James H. Clark Research &Educational Facility consists of three buildings that face one another with an amphitheater in the center. There were classes conducted on all three floors of each building as well as the amphitheater, restaurant and a coffee shop.