The Federal Highway Administration defines a benefited receptor as: The recipient of an abatement measure that receives a noise reduction at or above the minimum threshold of 5 dB(A), but not to exceed the highway agency’s reasonableness design goal.

 

Reduce Classroom Noise

With so many schools running over capacity and many schools splitting large classrooms by partitions one main thought is the partitions will  reduce noise but there are other methods also. Partitions for the most part block direct [...]

Effects of Noise on The Individual in the Workplace

Noise in the workplace is one of the most common complaints in offices. Many companies choose open floor plan for increased communication and workflow.  Noise levels can incapacitate an persons capability to concentrate and perform [...]

Acoustic Enclosures

Acoustic Enclosures are used to stop unwanted noise from exiting an area or entering an area. Many industrial plants often high noise levels that interfere with people working. For example, if the noise level is [...]

Sound Proof Foam Panels

Sound Proof Foam Panels are sheets of Acoustic Foam that have a sound barrier laminated to them. Most Foams for Acoustics are just Sound Absorbing Panels that control sound and reverberation in a room. Acoustic [...]