Acoustic Installation to Trinity Hall, Cambridge

Founded in 1350, Trinity Hall is one of the oldest Colleges of Cambridge University, with a great deal of history behind its walls. Originally designed for the study of Law, the College has enjoyed a diverse range of students, and now teaches the sciences, arts, and humanities. Pacy & Wheatley Acoustics were delighted to install our Ambient Acoustic Plaster system to the historic Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

Situated beside the beautiful River Cam which runs through the city of Cambridge, the college consists of a community of around 650 undergraduate and graduate students. Our team were commissioned to install our specialist Ambient Acoustic Plaster system within the cavernous Great Dining Hall, which dominates the West Range of the College. Our acoustic solution is designed to control unwanted echo and reverberation, minimising any unwanted noise to provide a more comfortable, relaxing experience for anybody using the Great Hall.

We were commissioned to install and integrate our acoustic product between the original oak beams. This allowed the hall to keep its original, traditional aesthetics while benefiting from the fantastic reverberation control our specialist acoustic product offers.

Restrictions operating in Cambridge city centre during the works presented an access problem for deliveries during our project at Trinity Hall. We were able to overcome these restrictions by developing a close working with Mr Russell Waller, Head of Build and Services at Trinity Hall.

This project was one of many acoustic installations we have completed for the Colleges at Cambridge University. Click here to read about phase 1 and phase 2 of our acoustic installation to Jesus College in Cambridge, or click here to read more about our installation in Girton College.

We were extremely proud to offer an acoustic solution to the historic Trinity Hall, which offered effective noise and reverberation control while keeping the traditional aesthetics of the original oak beams intact. Click here for more information on the project.

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