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Suspended Acoustical Ceilings

A suspended acoustical ceiling is constructed from acoustic ceiling tiles and a grid system. Some people refer to this as a lay-in type ceiling. This system is durable, versatile, and has a relatively low cost. Moreover, these tiles are removable without incurring any damage to the structure, enabling you to maintain electrical and HVAC systems that reside above the ceiling. This type of ceiling is utilized in numerous institutional and commercial projects. Acoustical Ceiling Tiles or ACT are a ...

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J. Cameron 4/7/2017 Comments(0)

Acousti Ceiling Project at FSU Featured in Walls & Ceilings Magazine

Acousti Engineering Company of Florida recently had the honor of being featured in Walls & Ceilings Magazine, both for our advancements in the industry and for our recent project at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. The article not only focuses on Acousti’s history, achievements in our 70 years in business, and industry leading manufacturers; but also on of our more recent contracts, the Florida State University Champions Club seating at the fourth level in this stadium reno...

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Staff 10/13/2016 Comments(0)

Cover of Walls and Ceilings Magazine

Acousti is thrilled to announce that we have been featured on the cover of Wall and Ceilings magazine ! This has been a great year for Acousti and in addition to celebrating our 70th anniversary we have a lot of exciting projects going on including Atlanta Falcon’s Stadium and the Florida State University Champions Club seating featured in this article. Acousti is excited to continue tackling challenging and unique projects to meet our customer’s needs on time, on budget, and at the ...

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JR Verner 9/22/2016 Comments(0)

5 Common Acoustical Engineering Mistakes and Misconceptions

Acoustics is a very complicated subject. All of the Acousti Engineering Company of Florida’s projects require certain specialized work, but are also based on some basic acoustic principles. With that being said, here are some common acoustical misconceptions: 1. Acoustical Consultants are only hired when there’s an issue. By hiring an acoustical engineering company when starting to design a new space, you can save your company a lot of time and money by avoiding costly noise issues t...

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Staff 9/24/2015 Comments(0)

Acoustics in Educational Spaces & Classrooms

Good acoustics play a significant role in the effectiveness of instructional and educational spaces. Classrooms with excessive noise reverberation make it difficult for students to understand what is being taught. This is especially true for children with learning disabilities who have a far more difficult time paying attention to their teacher, which is neither good for the student nor the rest of the class. According to a recent paper issued by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association ...

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Staff 9/1/2015 Comments(0)