The Control of Noise Within Buildings
By Sound Reduction Systems Ltd
Sound Reduction Systems are delighted to offer free presentations to architects and specifiers on the topic of acoustics and the control of noise within buildings. If you are interested in receiving a presentation please email us at email@example.com
Sound Reduction Systems Ltd (SRS) are experts in the field of acoustics and specialise in providing solutions to meet Part 'E' of the Building Regulations, solutions for comfort within the home, and to treat acoustic problems in commercial, educational, and industrial environments.
The presentation is given by a fully qualified acoustician with many years of experience in the acoustic materials supply industry and full membership of the Institute of Acoustics (IOA).
The presentation typically lasts about an hour with a question and answer session at the end, time permitting, The presentation contains the following topics:
What is Noise?
Areas of Confusion
Why Do Buildings Fail?
SRS Products and Solutions
Note - The content of the talk is fully flexible so if there are any areas not listed that you would like include this may be possible.
Speaker: Richard Sherwood Bsc. (hons) MIOA, Director
Terms and Conditions: The seminars are free of charge so long as a minimum number of 5 people attend. Subject to previous agreement, lunch will be provided free of charge only to those who attend, up to a charge of £6 per head. Please organise this locally and SRS will settle within 7 days with the Practice against invoices presented. Cancellation is without penalty if notified to firstname.lastname@example.org 3 days before to the event. Any later cancellation will incur travel costs at 40p per mile (Bolton to venue) plus accommodation and sustenance costs, if incurred.
Our professional, Institute of Acoustics registered technical department is on hand to give advice on all of our high performance acoustic products. We're delighted to offer advice on any noise problem, be it a sound insulation or sound absorption issue.