Acoustical design can be one of the most complex facets of architecture and construction. Depending on the purpose of a building or room, primary acoustical requirements could include sound control between spaces, sound control within a space, or listening efficiency in meeting rooms and auditoriums. Just as technical challenges can vary widely from space to space, so, too, do the choices of materials and design details that can meet them. Thoroughly exploring these options requires time and effort. However, this investment can yield important benefits that clients will value just as highly as they do the allure of your design. Controlled sound and acoustics can enhance or inhibit human interactions, learning and healing. Happier tenants, higher property values, reduced turnovers and vacancies, and greater productivity are just some of the benefits your clients will enjoy.