BB93 regulations were introduced in 2003 to provide a regulatory framework to allow schools to be designed to meet necessary acoustic requirements. BB93 has significantly tightened the acoustic design of schools as we now recognise that teaching and learning are affected by the acoustic performance of the classroom. The most serious problem is noise transmission between rooms and excessive reverberation times within a classroom. The aim of BB93 is to

Acoustic flooring is one of a number of soundproofing materials that when installed go unnoticed as it is totally out of sight. Sitting underneath the floor finishes, the primary purpose of acoustic flooring is to cut the noise heard between one level of a building and another. Though it isn’t visible it does still have a hugely important role to play in the contemporary property if you want a quieter