+27 (0)11 648 4998

Hotel guests expect a certain degree of relaxation and privacy, similar to that of being at home. This means that they don’t want to hear what’s happening in the room next door or in the corridor outside, or even hearing the traffic from the road below.

Noise within a hotel structure can be eliminated by employing minimisation and isolation techniques. Hotels also have noise regulations that have to be met.

Two types of sound need to be controlled in hotels: airborne (music/talking) or impact (footsteps a level above) sound. Mechanical equipment also often forms part of a hotel setup and the noise that comes with it should be dealt with accordingly (laundry rooms, etc.). Some areas are more noise sensitive than others, and each has to be looked at with different objectives ranging from relaxation to entertainment.

We have worked on the following projects:

  • Balaclava Night Club, Mauritius
  • Boardwalk Casino, Conference Centre and Hotel
  • Coco Beach, Mauritius
  • ENP Hotel, Namibia
  • Grandwest Casino, Cape Town
  • Hilton Hotel, Sandton
  • Houghton Apartments and Hotel
  • Katherine Street Hotel, Sandton
  • Le Meridien Hotel and Apartment Block, Nigeria
  • Le Toussrok Hotel, Mauritius
  • Maldives Rheethi Rha Resort
  • Mauritius Four Seasons Hotel
  • One and Only Hotel, Cape Town
  • Radisson Hotel Mozambique
  • Sheraton Kampala Refurbishment, Uganda
  • Sibaya Casino
  • St.Geran Hotel, Mauritius
  • Sun City
  • Tanza Night Club
  • Westcliff Hotel Conference Centre
  • Zimbali Hotel

Comments are closed.