Credits: 1 AIA/HSW; 0.1 IACET CEU*; 1 IIBEC CEH
If you’ve been on many jobsites, chances are you may have witnessed acoustic consultants exhibiting odd behaviors such as making clicking sounds, banging on walls or ducts, wandering around aimlessly with their eyes closed (not recommended on jobsites), or even hiding in dark spaces. These behaviors may seem inexplicable and add an air of mystery to the acoustic profession. But are these behaviors simply a form of learned theatrics or do they serve a real purpose? In this webinar, we’ll examine 10 of the most bizarre behaviors exhibited by acoustic consultants and discuss what they may or may not accomplish.
- Name the five basic acoustic measurements of a project.
- Estimate appropriate acoustic goals versus project size and use.
- Identify typical acoustic measurement equipment.
- Determine the value of 10 manual acoustic evaluation techniques.