Optimising acoustics for a new housing project

May 1, 2018

 

 

DELHOM ACOUSTIQUE worked with SEPT TOUYA and ROUART Architecture on the Brouil Housing Project in Longages in south-west France.

 

This housing development is being jointly managed by two project managers - “Toulousaine D’habitations” and “SA HLM Des Chalets”, and concerns 53 dwellings constructed on a land area of 15,000 sq m (approximately 4 acres).

 

Our mission was to propose constructive solutions for the various types of housing, looking at the factors associated with acoustic comfort, such as sound insulation of the facade, insulation between buildings, insulation for aerial and shock noise and from equipment. All whilst adhering to a strict budget.

 

Using a Smart Acoustic Approach, we were able to find cost effective solutions and helped to build comfortable residential areas. The goal of implementing acoustics in the construction is so that residents are afforded a more serene environment, with unwanted noise being much reduced. Important for a healthy lifestyle.

 

 

 

 

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