Noise is pervasive. Its impact is not limited to homes and residential communities. Noise generated by airport and transit operations can affect our ability to understand speech in places where we learn, worship, and receive essential services. In fact, many noise mitigation programs adopt speech interference metrics as a guide to providing appropriate levels of sound insulation for classrooms, churches, and other noise-sensitive public spaces.
We have extensive experience managing the sound insulation of a variety of non-residential structures, from schools and churches to community centers and child care facilities. We understand the unique issues involved with facility sound insulation and are aware that our work impacts stakeholders’ ability to provide or receive service. Through consistent communication and collaboration, we address client and community needs, providing sound insulation treatments to occupied facilities with little or no disruption to daily activities.
“I appreciate the entire TEAM of Jones Payne for your continual support of our Program.”
– Betty Griffith, Program Director, City of Inglewood RSI
“The Airport is so incredibly generous…We felt like we won the lottery! Our house is quieter and warmer, and has less draft. Last year we saved about 25% on fuel.”
– New Haven homeowner
“The Jones Payne Group has met or exceeded our expectations by providing professional and efficient staffing, quality control and timely service. Their commitments to our success have proven to be a valuable asset.”
– Jason Webb, Director of Real Estate and Finance, Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative