A large space as quiet as a mouse.

When the Royal Conservatory of Music wanted to upgrade and expand its existing facilities, they turned to us for noise and vibration engineering.
The big noise control issue was that there was a subway line deep beneath the property. Not to mention noise had to be mitigated between the multiple rooms including teaching facilities and concert space within the building.
To solve the issues, we isolated the building on large rubber pads as part of our solution. Today, the rooms have been described as “certainly the quietest large building in the country” with no trace of subway noise, making it as quiet as can be humanly heard.

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