One of The Foundry’s larger spaces, located directly adjacent to a city street, required access for large items and requested a 10’ W x 12’ H stage door while maintaining the target acoustic performance and necessary egress.
A renovation project on the Community College of Philadelphia campus included the construction of a new music studio space. Metropolitan Acoustics, the acoustical consultant and VSBA Architects & Planners specified the IAC products for both a new live room and control room. J.A. Brown, IAC’s exclusive representative in Pennsylvania, answered the call and provided a delivered and installed scope.
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
The City of Fridley, Minnesota utilized IAC Acoustics FS/S Noishield® sound barrier system to quiet and control chiller noise for five schools in their district. The ground level enclosures were three-sided and approximately six panels high using both 2’-0” (609.6mm) high and 1’-6” (457mm) high panels, 5” (127mm) thick and absorptive on one side.
IAC Noishield® FS/S roof top sound barrier systems are designed to protect communities against noise from air conditioners, pumps, compressors and fans. In the Chicago area, Lawrence Hall Youth Services is a non-profit child welfare agency designed to improve the community by developing the self worth, knowledge and skill of their youth to lead independent productive lives.