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Press Release: Ecore & Pliteq Lawsuit Settled

Ecore, a company that transforms reclaimed waste into unique performance surfaces, has successfully settled a lawsuit against Paul Downey and Pliteq, a business that sells building products for commercial sound control. The lawsuit arose as a result of Pliteq buying Ecore products through third parties and selling those products as its own manufactured product. “We…

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Spread Some Warmth!

We love keeping things fun and building relationships within our small community of acoustic consulting. So please join us in spreading some warmth this season by sending a surprise holiday-gram (a $5 Starbucks gift card) on us! The catch: You can only send it to someone at a different acoustic consulting firm/company! There are a…

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Autumn in Amish Country {recap}

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our October event “Autumn in Amish Country.” We had 8 acoustical consulting firms in the Northeast & Midwest represented, and I think we all developed great relationships during this time while also learning a lot about Architectural Testing and Armstrong as well as Ecore. We also posted…

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Need to reach a certain IIC rating? Read this before you contact an acoustic consultant.

This is something that comes up every day in my line of work: IIC [and STC] ratings of floor-ceiling assemblies.  I get calls from homeowners, architects, contractors, developers, product distributors- pretty much anyone involved in flooring whether they’re on the design side, sales side, or construction side.  Almost always, it goes the same way: Customer:…

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