Speech Privacy for Engineers, Architects, and other Construction Professionals

Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET
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Modern architectural trends can often create a “speech privacy crisis” in many commercial construction projects. Fortunately, specifiers have some tools at their disposal to address many of the problems which can arise.

In this webcast we will discuss the As,Bs,Cs, and Ds of architectural acoustics and identify how these four acoustic principals effect speech privacy levels in the workplace. We will define the term “Speech Privacy” and focus on the impact both employees and employers alike experience. This webcast explores the impact of common construction techniques and interior furnishings pose on the levels of speech privacy one can obtain, keeping in mind modern interior design may conflict with client’s speech privacy goals.

You’ll learn how sound masking contributes to increased speech privacy levels as well as the different general approaches sound masking systems use in terms of deployment, performance tradeoffs, and design parameters. This emphasis on sound masking systems will differentiate between “white noise” systems of the past and modern technologies which often use network infrastructure and contemporary components.

Finally, this webcast will focus on how specifiers might best approach specifying sound masking systems in their projects to ensure client satisfaction. Information shall be shared to better explain how systems may be designed, specified, made code compliant, and deployed, making the process seamless for both construction professionals and clients alike. 

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Speaker: Todd Berger, CET, CTS-D, Field Sales Engineer, Cambridge Sound Management

Moderator: Jack Smith, Content Manager, CFE Media

Sponsor: Cambridge Sound Management 

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