Our specialty acoustical products have been installed with public and private clients across the Carolinas. With 15 years of experience, we have worked in a wide variety of interior spaces, including universities and colleges, corporate headquarters, K-12 schools, municipalities, hospitals, museums, conference centers, churches, home theaters, and more.

We partner with architects, interior designers, general contractors, and specialty consultants to ensure your designs become warm, inviting, and beautiful spaces for your clients.

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Carolina Place Lobby Renovation

The property owner wanted to update Carolina Place, a commercial office building in Raleigh, N.C., from Class B to Class A office space. Our work was focused on  installing acoustical wall panels in this two story lobby. We worked with Riley Lewis General Contractors on the project. The design included one inch aluminum horizontal and […]

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Uba Residence

After renovating his condo in downtown Fayetteville, our client realized he had an acoustics issues: Too many hard surfaces for sound to bounce around a small space. He wanted something unique and interesting to add to the ambiance of his historic condo building. The stone wall design was created to serve as a functional sound […]

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Hay Street Properties

The Hay Street property took us to downtown Fayetteville and into the renovation of an historic building on Hay Street. Working with SFL+A Architects, we created an interesting look and feel for this interior, multi-purpose meeting room. The design team created a unique pattern for this room where no two panels were alike. This required […]


Natural Sciences Museum Shop

We worked with Witty! and Associates to create this unique wall panel design at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. In this small museum shop, our challenge was to reduce the noise level but also to carry forward the theme of the museum. For this project, Witty! used an image from the Hubble Telescope to […]

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Duke University School of Medicine Learning Center

The Duke University School of Medicine Learning Center, located in Durham, North Carolina, had unique acoustic needs in the large multi-purpose space as well as in a tiered lecture hall. Our goals for this project were to create learning spaces that are flexible and can be easily modified to accommodate evolving curriculum, technology, and teaching needs. […]


Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC)

As a concert hall, the biggest acoustic obstacles for the Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) were the size of the room and the potential for tremendous sound reverberation. This 2,800-seat performance hall is the largest and most active theatre in the region. We worked with Szostak Design to create an acoustical system that made their designs […]

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Julian S. Carr Building — Durham School of the Arts

At the Durham School of the Arts, we worked with Louis Cherry and his staff in the Raleigh office of Ratio Architects to accommodate a healthy learning environment in the Julian S. Carr Building in Durham. We installed acoustical wall panels along the hallways to cut down on noise reverberation. The panels are also designed to […]

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Durham Train Station

For the Durham Train Station, we worked with J. Davis Architects to create an appealing acoustical panel system for the lobby area. With noise control as a concern, we manufactured and installed acoustical panels using an intricate design to create a floating, layered effect. We used custom fabricated mounting brackets and screen printed acoustically-transparent fabric to […]

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Sol Schechter Community Hall

For the Sol Schechter Community Hall, the building owner needed a solution different from the norm. Without installing any new wall panels, he wanted a type of baffle system that would not hang below the Community Hall’s existing rafters. We came up with a unique method to meet this project’s goals. Instead of the typical […]


Themis Media

Any space crowded with dozens of people will create high noise levels. In an office setting, this can be distracting and disruptive. With concrete walls, floors, and ceilings exacerbating the problem, Themis Media found themselves in this situation before contacting us. In order to bring interest to the common area’s large, unusable space, the company […]