We know that working with an acoustic consultant can be a daunting prospect, especially if you’ve never used one before. Here at dBx Acoustics, we aim to take the pain out of your project’s acoustic design, leaving you free to deal with everything else. Over the next few months, we’re going to be releasing a series of e-books and articles to help you understand what an acoustic consultant does, and when to call us.


Today, we’re pleased to present our first e-book on planning and noise. This is aimed at anyone who has been asked to commission a noise survey, from individuals to large organisations. In it, we explain what the purpose of the survey is, how we go about it, and even how the noise survey could save you money! We hope you’ll find it useful.

Get Your Free Copy Here

Planning and Noise E-book

Manchester Life – Cotton Field Wharf

Manchester Life - Cotton Field Wharf dBx Acoustics worked with contractor John Sisk & Son on the design and construction of 302 rental apartments on the Cotton Field Wharf site adjacent to the marina in New Islington, Manchester. The client is Manchester Life. The...
Read More

Green Pastures Pentecostal Church, Ballymena

The Challenge dBx Acoustics has been working with HPA Architecture on the acoustic design of the Green Pastures Pentecostal Church in Ballymena, County Antrim, since 2013. Not only does the building contain a 4000 seater auditorium, it will have significant youth and...
Read More

Case Study – Blackberry Headquarters, Maidenhead

Blackberry Headquarters, Maidenhead dBx Acoustics worked alongside Fabric and AreaSq to deliver an acoustically excellent internal design for Blackberry's new HQ at the Pearce Building, Maidenhead. Acoustic Challenges The ground floor client meeting room suite, and...
Read More