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APPOINTMENTS & NEWS; HEALTHCARE BUILD & DESIGN PROJECT REPORT


Trade body awards celebrate top flight acoustic performance


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across a variety of environments were celebrated at a trade body awards. ANC, the Association of Noise Consultants, unveiled the winners of its acclaimed Acoustic Awards programme at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham. Hoare Lea secured the winning project in


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the award for ‘Architectural Acoustics: Commercial Buildings,’ sponsored by H & H Acoustic Technologies, with Sandy Brown Associates highly commended and SRL Technical Services commended in this category. ‘Architectural Acoustics: Education Buildings,’ sponsored by Ecophon, was secured by Sandy Brown Associates, with Adrian James Acoustics receiving the highly commended accolade and a commended award for Pace Consult. ‘Environmental Noise,’ sponsored by ANV


he skills and ingenuity of UK-based acoustic professionals working on national and international projects


Measurement Systems, was won by Apex Acoustics, with Southdowns Environmental Consultants taking highly commended and a commended title for AECOM in this category. It was another successful outcome for


Apex Acoustics, the winners in the ‘Smaller Projects’ award sponsored by Bruel & Kjaer, with AECOM taking the highly commended award and Red Twin the commended title. The final award, ‘Vibration,’ sponsored by


Pliteq, was won by Cole Jarman. WSP were highly commended and RBA Acoustics commended in this category. The awards were presented by James


Woudhuysen, forecasting and innovation specialist and visiting professor at London South Bank University, with a distinguished panel of judges.


020 8253 4518 www.association-of-noise-consultants.co.uk/ 2017-award-winners-revealed/ 


 The new name in frameless hardware


OnLevel is the new name in frameless Glass Balustrade hardware in the UK, launched by industry veteran Gary Dean in February, it has already made quite an impact with the strong brand image and a busy stand at the FIT show. However Gary says there is more to them than what we have seen so far. OnLevel has already


expanded its range of products to include Juliet Balconies which can use 10mm to 21.52mm glass with spans up to 3m with only side fixings. More new products are promised soon including a revolutionary new version of the traditional glass clamp.


Healthier door closing


Powermatic concealed door closers from Samuel Heath are becoming increasingly popular with specifiers, estates managers and clinicians throughout the healthcare sector thanks to the many health, safety and hygiene benefits that they deliver. Powermatic door closers are totally concealed when the door is closed and offer few surfaces on which dust and potentially harmful detritus can accumulate. Their low mounting height also simplifies inspection and cleaning procedures. British designed and manufactured, Powermatic door closers are ideal for anti-ligature and anti-barricade applications in mental health facilities. Their concealment also helps to create the less institutionalised, more therapeutic environment valued by clinicians. Finally, the door closers are less likely to be vandalised, significantly enhancing reliability of the closer and fire door, and reducing repair and maintenance costs.


0121 766 4200 www.concealeddoorclosers.com sales@onlevel-uk.com Architects Datafile website


The Architects Datafile (ADF) website is an online provider of past and present products and news items for the architect or specifier. architectsdatafile.co.uk is a one-stop source for all the latest press releases providing any visitor with access to information about products and services that they may require. From the website, you can find links to digital


issues that have live links to advertisers’ sites, as well as daily email alerts to keep you as informed as possible.


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Picture 1: Architectural Acoustics – Education Buildings Awards guest speaker James Woudhuysen with Stephen Stringer of Sandy Brown Associates and Shane Cryer of Ecophon


Picture 2: Environmental Noise Award James Woudhuysen with Rich Hinton of Apex Acoustics and Mike Breslin of ANV Measurement Systems


Picture 3: Smaller Projects Weigang Wei of Apex Acoustics with Mark Dowie of Bruel & Kjaer


Picture 4: Vibration award Philip Hankin of Cole Jarman with Paul Downey of Pliteq


Picture 5: Architectural Acoustics – Commercial Buildings Max Foster of Hoare Lea with Ian Kirby from H&H Acoustic Technologies


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