Poor acoustics; a situation when sound becomes noise, a beautiful historic or modern building becomes echoic. The ambience is compromised with intense reverberation as sound bounces from one hard surface to the next; visitors start whispering and instantly they notice the echo and the noise!
More seriously in educational and office situations such as lecture theatres, halls and open plan office areas, students and workers become agitated as concentration levels are compromised. In large open areas such as Airports and Underground rail networks, it is noticeable to see people heading for the information boards as indistinguishable announcements reverberate around the hard walls, floors and ceilings.
Pacy and Wheatley Acoustics offer specialist consultation and installation to address all acoustical challenges across the globe.Read More
As a crucial member of the UK’s construction industry, Pacy & Wheatley have worked on countless projects of all sizes across the UK. From hotels to schools, retail buildings to hospitals, the list of projects we have worked on demonstrates our wide range of skills and expertise.
Rockfon Mono AcousticsSamsung, London
We installed Rockfon Mono acoustic plaster in the Samsung Experience Centre in the form of plasterboard and spray to accommodate the unique ceiling shapes. Our installation has removed reverberation and echo, and provides perfect acoustics for the busy space.Read More
Acoustic PlasterSt John's
We were appointed to install Rockfon Mono acoustic plaster in the new library building to reduce reverberation and echo. An acoustically-healthy environment is crucial in a library to improve focus and concentration of the users.Read More