BABICHacoustics
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residential

residential

BABICHacoustics designs condominiums, apartments, hotels, and other multi-family buildings to reduce airborne and structure-borne sound. Recommendations are consistent with the International Building Code, as well as local noise ordinances.

Multi-use buildings include a variety of challenges. A building may include a noisy commercial tenant with planned adjacency to a quiet office space or residential unit. BABICHacousitcs works with architects and building owners during the design process to determine effective space planning and sound isolation solutions.

Construction administration services include on-site acoustical testing to determine the effectiveness of walls and floor-ceiling assemblies. Sound transmission class (STC) testing and impact insulation class (IIC) testing is used to evaluate and improve acoustical privacy.

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Eastside bond apartments, Noise Survey

Owner: The Mosites Company

OTHER RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS:

820 Liberty Avenue Lofts, Architect: Rothschild Doyno Collaborative, In progress

711 SOUTH NEGLEY AVENUE CONDOMINIUMS, OWNER: PENROSE ADVISORS; Architect: DEsMONE ARCHITECTS, In progress

CROSSROAD TOWERS, ACOUSTICAL TESTING, AR BUILDING COMPANY, 2019

THE ASHBY AT SOUTH HILLS VILLAGE, OWNER: SUNCAP PROPERTY GROUP; Architect: DEsMONE ARCHITECTS, 2018

Hillcrest Senior Residences, mechanical Noise Survey; OWNER: THE COMMUNITY BUILDERS; 2018

2500 Smallman Street Condominiums, ARchitect: Desmone Architects, 2016