Old Donation Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia had a large, beautiful fellowship hall that could not be used. Echo created by the arched ceiling prevented large gatherings or musical performances. Harold VanderWilt, Senior Warden for the grounds, explains the noise issue and how AlphaSorb Cloud Mount Panels eliminated the echo and made the room look even better!
AlphaSorb Cloud Mount Panels are installed on the ceiling in the Fellowship Hall at Tuckahoe Presbyterian Church. Reverberation time is reduced, speech intelligibility is improved, with significant overall noise reduction.
The First Baptist Church of Rutherfordton was organized in 1851 with 21 members. Over 150 years later, the number of members has grown to more than 600 and the church has expanded its facilities, hosting many social ministry groups and activities.
Church of Christ at Mountain View had trouble with noise from their hidden projector rooms, as well as an auditorium that created so much reverb it was hard to understand sermons or have enjoyable musical performances. Carefully chosen and placed acoustical treatment from Acoustical Solutions, Inc. solved both issues and made for a happy congregation.
Acoustical wall panels and a hidden acoustical ceiling treatment provided the finishing touches at the new Roslyn Chapel, part of the Roslyn Retreat Center in Richmond, Virginia. The acoustical treatments were designed to fit seamlessly with the architectural design of the space, allowing visitors the best experience possible in this serene retreat chapel.
The Integrity Christian School in Newberg, WV, had a multipurpose room very similar to those found in most churches or schools. However, due to the acoustics in the room, it wasn't suitable for very many purposes.