Hotels

Defined as ‘rooms for residential purposes’ under the 2003 revision of the Building Regs (Doc.E) sound insulation between rooms now needs to be tested at completion. Hotels generally also have specific requirements with their Brand Standard sometimes differing from the criteria set out in the relevant standards or because of the location i.e. near an airport.  We have worked for many of the big names in the business (and quite a few small ones too) giving us a great insight into levels of expectation, and how these are best achieved.

CSA’s experience with high performance building envelopes will mean achieving the desired internal noise levels whilst maintaining an appreciable internal acoustic is neither hit and miss nor having to resort to over-engineering to be sure.

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