SAS, Marlow

2016-11-28T00:40:34+00:00

The Problem Low ceilings can compound noise and create an uncomfortable and clamorous acoustic environment. Resonics was contacted by international software company SAS to provide acoustic solutions to its open plan office. The sound environment in the office was being impacted by a low ceiling, reverberant exposed windows and open plan office design. [...]

Hogarth, London

2016-11-28T01:29:44+00:00

The Problem As if often the case with open-plan offices, workers can complain of excessive noise caused by a lack of partitioning; and this case was no exception. Resonics was contacted to resolve the acoustics in this overly noisy office in central London. The Solution We installed suspended sound absorbing boards [...]

Deloitte Digital, London

2016-11-28T01:35:33+00:00

The Problem We are often contacted to deal with problems of excessive noise and poor speech clarity in open plan offices. The combination of a loud working environment mixed with a lack of sound absorptive surfaces in large spaces can often be acoustically problematic. Following an acoustic survey at Deloitte [...]

Vodafone HQ, Newbury

2016-11-28T01:35:50+00:00

The Problem Vodafone’s huge headquarters in Newbury is a state of the art ‘campus’ that houses around 3,000 staff. When a large refurb was undertaken at one of the site’s buildings, Resonics was called in to provide a solution for the common problem of high reverberation and poor speech [...]

Savills, Kent

2016-11-28T01:39:09+00:00

The Problem Savill's offices in Sevenoaks, Kent, are typical of a  modern working space. The open plan area incorporated work stations, break-out spaces and partitioned meeting rooms. Without absorption or adequate soundproofed partitioning, the acoustic environment before our intervention was poor. Echoes in the space were adding to an [...]

LinkedIn, London

2016-11-28T01:38:59+00:00

The Problem As part of a major refurbishment of LinkedIn's London offices, Resonics was contacted to provide acoustic solutions to meeting and break-out rooms across five floors. With a combination of glass partitioning, plasterboard and brick walling - the space required acoustic treatments to create comfortable environments for LinkedIn employees [...]

Affinity Sutton Call Centre, Kent

2016-11-28T01:40:58+00:00

The Problem With 35 phone operators and poor acoustic design, this call centre for housing group Affinity Sutton was an uncomfortable work space before Resonics was contacted. With customers routinely complaining about poor call clarity and speech intelligibility, it was clear that the acoustics in this space needed to [...]

HSBC, London

2016-11-28T01:42:09+00:00

The Problem An open plan office is great for collaboration, but not always for good acoustics. With a high concentration of workers and little to no segregation, the privacy of workers at HSBC's offices in Central London was being compromised. The Solution We installed a series of suspended feature [...]

Bericote Properties, London

2016-11-28T01:46:40+00:00

The Problem Bericote Properties establishes these offices in London for a dual purpose: to provide an additional workplace for its employees, while having a stylish space in the centre of the buzzing city that offered a space for formal client meetings and social gatherings. Designers Think Curious created the [...]

Exact Target, London

2016-11-28T01:48:15+00:00

The Problem Sleek, modern and beautifully fitted; the offices for marketing company Exact Target are typical for their central London location. Acoustically, however, they were poor. The open plan design and lack of desk partitioning meant noise was reflected all around the offices, with no absorptive materials to help [...]