Conference room acoutics

Does your conference room sound like a echo chamber? Tired of saying something once, but hearing it twice? Yeah, that’s typically how it goes, wish something could be done but don’t have a clue where to go? Good, you found me.  Jason Davies again, and I deal with acoustics, conference rooms, and quieting the never-ending-echo chambers that exist in office space all over Wisconsin!

Hard surfaces are the enemy, so things like white-boards, windows, cabinet doors, and mirrors can make sound bounce all over the place.  Remember the last conference room call you made on the phone?  Tired of having people ask, “am I on speaker phone” I can put a stop to all of that and more:

  • Conference Calls
  • Video Conferencing
  • Making offices quieter
  • Stopping that voice in accounts receivable from being heard in accounts payable
  • Really loud coworkers
  • angry typing

After collecting a deposit towards your future project, I’ll come out and see your space and then we take a look at what reflective surfaces you have. I then take sample measurements of the room noise, and the room dimensions. From there, we talk about a project budget, and what we want to accomplish.  Then we get down to the details:

  • best fabrics for the decor
  • happy vs sad colors
  • shapes vs sizes
  • level of quiet we like
  • Here is an example of the sound panel, a 2″ thick piece of sound absorbing, eco friendly material wrapped in a fabric that meets your expectations

SoundPanelColor

The process is quite fun and I’m certain you will learn a thing or too.  I use the latest sound tools from Faber Accoustical