Acoustical Decking

Curveline can produce custom-curved acoustical panels that provide economical "two-in-one" performance, functioning simultaneously as a roof deck and an acoustical ceiling. Use of the Curveline process can eliminate the need to use a separate roof deck and paneled acoustical ceiling, bringing significant construction economies. In addition, project designers may now use domes and arches where flat ceilings were previously required and still achieve the desired acoustical characteristics.
 

7/22/2016

A new student gathering center becomes an exciting place for meetings, classrooms, and more. When Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN), St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, set out to convert a 4,000 sq. ft. unused space into a student gathering center, the design challenges were numerous...


7/22/2016

A series of athletic facilities with curved acoustical decks, on time and within budget. When the San Diego-based architectural firm of Martinez & Cutri Corp. set out to plan a series of athletic facilities for the Sweetwater Unified High School District, they needed to combine aesthetics with function, budget constraints and fast-track construction...