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.
“…My wife and I cannot talk on the telephone while a plane takes off. We don’t miss the news on the TV, and the noise, while not eliminated, is certainly a livable situation. In the final analysis I am a satisfied customer and my wife and I thank all who made it possible.”
– RSIP participant, TF Green Airport
“We are extremely happy with the thoughtful and responsive service they have provided to our City and in turn, its RSIP. The team has a depth of industry experience, which is evident in how they administer programs.”
– Betty Griffith, Program Director, City of Inglewood RSI
“We are proud of the relationship we have built with the QHP, and look forward to continuing to bring value to the Program through designing innovative services that match QHP’s needs, function the way it operates, and incorporate its flow and way of doing business.”
– Program Manager, QHP/Jones Payne