Acoustic Design for Schools
November 14th, 2016

Free Acoustic Design for Schools and Education Establishments

The poor acoustic sound design in a school or teaching establishment can result in children and students being unable to make out what is being said. This in turn results in a lack of concentration and increased tiredness making learning more difficult.

Building Bulletin 93 (BB93) – ‘Acoustic Design of Schools’, provides a regulatory framework for the acoustic design of schools in support of the Building Regulations. This guide is for architects, acousticians, building control officers, building services engineers, clients, and others involved in the design of new school buildings.

Free Acoustic Design for Schools to help with compliance

We offer free Acoustic Sound Design for Schools together with a reporting service to help you get the most out of our products for use in halls, classrooms, corridors, and offices. This includes the reverberation calculations required for each area and a report with guidance on which products will be suitable.

Visit the Acoustics in Schools page for more information

Quietstone Acoustic Products
Quietstone UK Ltd

Nab Quarry, Pott Shrigley, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 5SD