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Northeastern University Visitor Center Video

A video of one of our project at Northeastern University Visitor Center.

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CTA Staff Gears up for ASA Meeting in Providence

CTA staff has been busy preparing for the upcoming meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA), May 5-9 in Providence.  Principal Linc Berry will lead a tour of the Carter Center for Music Education in Warwick, RI.  Senior Consultant Daniel Horan will present a paper describing changes in the acoustical requirements of the 2014

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Shoebox Concert Hall Research

Saw this interesting article on concert hall shaping that puts some scientific rationale behind the acoustic recommendations we’ve been making in our practice. Link to article

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Mitigating Alarm Fatigue through Intelligent Design

There has been an increasing recognition that alarm fatigue and clinical alarm safety in healthcare settings is a serious risk. Cavanaugh Tocci Associates continues to work to increase awareness of this issue, and several of our senior staff members serve on the Facility Guidelines Institute’s Acoustical Working Group. We are pleased that many recent reports

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Verizon Innovation Center West Opens

Verizon Innovation Center, San Francisco opened this week. See a recording of the Livestream. CTA was privileged to provide audiovisual and acoustic consulting services for this project.

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CTA well represented at the International Congress on Acoustics

Daniel Horan, Aaron Farbo, Tim Foulkes and Bill Cavanaugh are attending the International Congress on Acoustics in Montreal this week where they are making presentations related to their work in acoustics and attending meetings of various committees related to acoustics noise control, standards, and education.  There are 2000 participants at the conference, with meetings covering

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Hospital Noise Hazardous to Patient Health

This article was just published on a web site about sleep medicine. It features some work we did a few years back with Harvard Medical School.

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