This article from leading developer and manufacturer of acoustic ceiling and wall solutions, Troldtekt, explores the impact of good acoustics.
One of London’s main railway stations, which underwent a £700 million redevelopment, features a blast-resistant ceiling from Hunter Douglas Architectural.
The rapid post-COVID bounce-back in commercial and public sector activity has coincided with a DIY and home improvement boom, the likes of which never seen, to exert unprecedented pressures on the building industry, explains Hush Acoustics…
Acoustic material manufacturer Hush Acoustics launches a fully tested, building regulations-compliant acoustic treatment system.
Troldtekt ceiling panels have made a major contribution to the Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia, known as the greenest building in the UK.
Vortice launches a new mini heat recovery unit, the Vort Invisible Mini. Its design is specifically for small apartments, offices and hotel rooms.
Hush Acoustics’ wide range of complete systems can be applied to walls, floors and ceilings of virtually any type of construction.
The Hush-Slab 100 sound insulation slab is ideal for upgrading acoustic standards inside any residential, public or commercial buildings.
Building envelope manufacturers SFS and the Construction Innovation Hub discuss how they are using ‘platforms’ to bring about construction innovation.
There has been a major shift in the materials sector, as specifiers select new products to reflect the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, explain Lathams…