The CPD presentations cover a broad range of topics, including; how modern architecture and building design affects sound transmission; how sound transmits itself within a building; how it is important to implement correct acoustic design from the outset and how the current minimum building standards are not effective enough for tenants/occupiers.
Hushs range of CPD presentations include:
Part E Residential (England & Wales)
Section 5 Residential (Scotland)
Part G Residential (Northern Ireland)
Acoustics in Educational Buildings BB93 Design Advice
Reverberation Noise Commercial, Education and Leisure Facilities
The CPD seminars have been presented at a number of architectural practices, building surveryors offices, consultants premises amongst other locations.
Hush Acoustics has also partnered with Direct Contact Exhibitions to present at a number of tecehnical seminars across the UK.
The main aim of the presentations is to inform and advise attendees on a range of acoustic issues and solutions, ensuring the correct systems and products are specified for the right application.
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