We know that working with an acoustic consultant can be a daunting prospect, especially if you’ve never used one before. Here at dBx Acoustics, we aim to take the pain out of your project’s acoustic design, leaving you free to deal with everything else. Over the next few months, we’re going to be releasing a series of e-books and articles to help you understand what an acoustic consultant does, and when to call us.

 

Today, we’re pleased to present our first e-book on planning and noise. This is aimed at anyone who has been asked to commission a noise survey, from individuals to large organisations. In it, we explain what the purpose of the survey is, how we go about it, and even how the noise survey could save you money! We hope you’ll find it useful.

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When Is A Car Park Not A Car Park?

We're working on a top secret scheme at the moment...we can't tell you who it's for just yet...but we're helping a large commercial client secure a temporary event licence for an event on the roof of a multi-storey car park in the heart of Manchester. In any urban...

Derian House – Fit for the Future

dBx Acoustics Ltd is delighted to have been appointed as acoustic consultant for Derian House Children's Hospice's 'Fit For The Future' refurbishment scheme. We are working with 10Architect and Scott Hughes Design to produce a cost effective acoustic design which...

Confetti Building – Nottingham Trent University

dBx Acoustics is delighted to be working with Stepnell Construction and Allan Joyce Architects on the Confetti Digital Media Hub at Nottingham Trent University. Construction is now underway on the £9.1m higher education building, which includes critical listening...

Castle Cinema, Hackney

dBx Acoustics were the acoustic consultants for the resurrection of Hackney's Castle Cinema. Originally opened in 1913, the cinema operated until 1958 since when it has been a bingo hall, a snooker hall, and a warehouse. Our involvement began in 2014 when we visited...

Caernarfon Station

dBx Acoustics worked with architects Purcell on the design of the new station at Caernarfon. The Client is the Welsh Highland Railway Society.  The building includes a cafe and exhibition and educational space, as well as the station platform for the WHR's beautiful...