CM Acoustics were invited to specify acoustic treatment for the new lecture halls at the University of Bristol. This was an urgent requirement from the client due to the beginning of the new term being very close.
CM Acoustics had originally proposed room testing to ensure that the specified treatment met the criteria set out by the University of Bristol. However the clients consultants (Aitkins Global) and their team of acoustic engineers had used the test data of the CM's acoustic panels along with the already available room data and deemed the proposal by CM Acoustics to be good and in accordance with the criteria set out by the university.
The Lecture halls were designed to accommodate 300 students and feature an 8 point loudspeaker
Due to the limited available boundary space within the lecture rooms the only feasible space for fitting treatment was on the sheet steel ceiling. Due to the low ceiling height all treatments were to be fitted directly to the ceiling. A total of 128 CM286 Acoustic panels were manufactured, delivered and fitted within 4 days to ensure that the remaining items/furniture and other services could be fitted within the rooms prior to hand over and the beginning of term.
The work by CM Acoustics was delivered on budget and on time for the University.
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