Indoor Sound Comfort

Controlling noise and vibration is a major issue for the quality of a construction. Inhabitants are increasingly in demand for optimal sound and vibration comfort. We study different aspects of room acoustics in buildings, taking into account the levels of performance required by the customer. In addition to the outdoor/indoor insulation performance, we study reverberation in large spaces (offices, lobby, etc.). The calculation of mechanical equipment noise is one of our specialties.

Floor/Ceiling and Partition Insulation

Curtain wall ans facade insulation

HVAC and Generator Noise and Vibration

Room Acoustic and Reverberation

Inspection et Construction Works Monitoring

Outdoor Regulation Compliance

Regulations are increasingly strict and detailed regarding environmental noise and vibration thresholds. We size and optimize outdoor mitigation solutions to conform equipment, industrial sites as well as residential areas for building permits.

Noise Barriers, Silencers, Louvers,

Transportation Noise, Residential Areas

Construction Work Noise and Vibration

Railway Vibration Mapping


Urban Zoning

We offer our services toinstitutions and real estate developers to explore with them opportunities for urban zoning taking into account environmental noise and vibration. Helped by advanced professional and self-developed environmental noise and vibration calculation software, we rely on our extensive experience in these fields.

Urban Planning

Acoustic Mapping

Vibration Mapping

Noise and Vibration Regulation Definition

Cultural Facilities

In cultural facilities, it is essential to create extremely quiet areas in order to get a high listening comfort. This is achieved thanks to noise control of HVAC equipment, vibration separation of areas but also by volumes and interior materials optimization. The optimization of sound and PA systems is also one of our strengths.

Auditoriums, Theater and Concert Halls 

PA and Sound Systems

Sound Installationss


Our expertise is also detailed in the paper published by Canadian Acoustic Association (CAA)
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