Structural and room acoustics
Resonating solutions based on computer simulations and experience

Modern computer-assisted methods cannot replace the experience of an acoustic engineer in a successful design process. His or her understanding of materials and the best way to position them lays a solid foundation for the subsequent fine-tuning process. Computer simulations facilitate systematic optimization based on objective criteria. For testing purposes, the design results can be made audible by means of “auralization”. This helps nonspecialists to evaluate the quality of the scheme. Measurements can also be performed on completed projects to verify the effectiveness of the measures.

Your contact person

Martin Beyeler
Head of Department Building Physics, Acoustics
+41 61 317 64 32 | Martin.Beyeler@gruner.ch

Gruner AG
St. Jakobs-Strasse 199
CH-4020 Basel

Thomas Braun
Deputy Head of Building Physics, Acoustics
+41 61 317 64 45 | thomas.braun@gruner.ch

Gruner AG
St. Jakobs-Strasse 199
CH-4020 Basel

Martin Beyeler
Head of Department Building Physics, Acoustics
+41 61 317 64 32 | Martin.Beyeler@gruner.ch

Gruner AG
Thurgauerstrasse 80
CH-8050 Zürich

Thomas Braun
Deputy Head of Building Physics, Acoustics
+41 61 317 64 45 | thomas.braun@gruner.ch

Gruner AG
Thurgauerstrasse 80
CH-8050 Zürich

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