The importance of solid construction physics rises in accordance to the number of occupants of a building, and even more significantly with their needs and demands.
The optimal use of space without disturbance from neighbouring areas is the main wish of each and every occupant. Various laws, regulations, DIN standards and VDI recommendations regulate the minimum requirements for a building from a construction viewpoint.
Our spectrum includes..
- noise prevention
- building acoustics
- room acoustics
- thermal protection
- energy counselling
- dampness protection
- blower door
- measuring techniques
- test laboratory
When applied correctly, this allows an optimal use of various types of buildings. From such amenities as apartments, offices, administration buildings, hotels, restaurants, public houses, medical practices, schools, kinder gardens and conference halls up to such buildings as churches, cinemas or theaters and acting schools. These all differ in their individual needs and requirements.
Disturbing external noise pollution can be minimized by a sufficient sound absorption system of the house front. This includes the correct use of sound insulating windows. Within a building, mutual disturbances can be prevented by the constructual organization of the various interior units included in the building plans. The optimal use of auditoria and theatres can be ensured by an appropriate room acoustic system.
The necessary absorption and reflection materials are selected in close co-operation with the planning architects. With constructive solutions and detailed measures, new usages can be included in the overall architectural view of a building.