News about acoustics in construction and industry.
CMS Danskin Provides Acoustic Floating Floor for FUSI System CMS Danskin has joined forces with other leading SIG Performance Technology brands to launch to market a new intelligent underfloor heating system which combines high quality products with advanced technology to deliver FUSI – a fully integrated underfloor heating package designed to overcome the common challenges..
Noises Off at the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool. A theatre soundproofing project with a difference. When a client envisions a major redevelopment project that will “allow the whole building to become a vibrant, creative hub, by day and night” acousticians, naturally, get a little bit nervous. To an acoustician, vibrant is just another word for noisy…
CMS Danskin feature in October’s Education Design and Build Magazine, with an informative piece about the replacement for BB93. Here’s a brief extract: There has been a lot of talk recently about the replacement for Section 1 of BB93, the constructional standards for acoustics for new school buildings. Unfortunately, the majority of this talk has..
Tomorrow’s Flooring Acoustic Flooring: Why Part E Compliance Alone is Not Enough. When selecting a building product for a particular aspect of a construction project, it’s very easy to focus completely on that product’s main application. So, when seeking out an effective acoustic flooring solution, it’s tempting to think about Part E of the Building..
April Contract Flooring Journal Unravelling the Complexities of Acoustic Flooring The eradication or, at the very least, the control of unwanted sound – that’s noise to you and me – should be a relatively straightforward matter. And yet the marketplace is saturated with soundproofing products and ‘acoustic solutions’. Nowhere is this more so than in..
Acoustic insulation specialists CMS Danskin have collaborated with The Gym Group for the sixth time, providing Regupol 6010SH acoustic underscreed for the national fitness group’s latest gymnasium in Stockwell. Ian Bull of CMS Danskin commented, “If you take a large, open space such as a gymnasium and fill it with thumping machinery, noise is inevitably.. read more →
March Housing Association Magazine Part E, Nine Years On. Since Part E of the Building Regulations came into effect on 1st July 2003, residents have benefited from minimum sound insulation requirements in all new build and ‘material change of use’ properties. What has proved to be a boon for residents, however, has presented a considerable..