Students are not the only ones who struggle in a noisy classroom. So do teachers! Studies show teachers use their voices for about 60% of their workday. Talking in a loud classroom, and raising their voice to be heard over other noises can strain a teacher’s voice which can cause voice problems. When it comes […]
Pump Coffee needed a solution for their reverberation concern. Due to our expertise in acoustic solutions we were able to deliver the perfect solution for Pump Coffee. We recommended and installed our premium 100% recyclable Calando Panels. The introduction of the panels addressed Pump’s issue with too much noise in their café, improving uncomfortable experiences […]
Avenue Interior Systems Calando Panel makes Condo hall usable Lachlan Shire Council built a new community hall in Condobolin in late 2017 to host specialty events ranging from dances to community meetings. The noise issues (also known as reverberation) were so severe that the hall was hardly usable, and some events were relocated to other […]
Avenue Interior’s Woood Wool Cement Panels proved the ideal solution to unwanted noise for a state primary school multipurpose room. Bunker’s Hill State School, located in Westbrook Queensland, were recently in need of noise control in their multipurpose hall. The building was constructed of concrete and tin, which meant all the surfaces in the room […]
Avenue Interior Systems ECO Range products are now Green Guard and Green Guard Gold certified for their environmentally-friendly properties and manufacturing processes. The testing was undertaken in Europe late in 2017, and full test reports and certificates are available on request. Just contact us on 1300 827 177 or email@example.com to request your copy.
Calando Panel from Avenue Interior Systems was recently used at a specialist manufacturing company in Western Australia for a solution to a noise challenge they were experiencing in their meeting room. The company’s engineer had taken some measurements and confirmed the reverberation was quite bad and they needed treatment to reduce it. […]