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Medical practices and law firms

Our customers with medical practices and law firms have similar requirements when it comes to sound optimisation. Thus, discretion at the reception, in the foyer and the open secretariat is, for one thing, a decisive factor for the qualitative perception of the premises. Workplaces are also subject to the requirements of the workplace guidelines regarding noise disposition.


The day-to-day topics in these communication centres require discreet treatment, so communication without high sound transmission must be made possible, also for legal reasons.


In consulting rooms, advisory rooms and notarisation rooms, the optimisation of room acoustics can be carried out in the planning stage or subsequently.


The following applies to all areas: improving the acoustics lowers the noise level and reduces stress. Speech intelligibility increases, thus communication becomes easier. Speech information is more easily understood, which is especially helpful for older people and those who wear hearing aids.


Sound optimisation is implemented in a few steps and is often completed after a few days or weeks. During a site visit, we gain an impression of the given situation and take measurements. We already present our possibilities and determine together with the clients what a suitable design of the sound elements could look like. Following this consultation, we determine the needs and create an acoustic concept. We send this to the client together with explanations, pictures and our offer.


The assembly can then usually be coordinated quickly and implemented promptly by our experienced staff. Cleanliness and discretion are second nature to us, and installation is largely performed without disruptions during ongoing operations.


The result is a quieter work environment with a high-quality speech transmission.

Do you have further questions on the subject of room acoustics in medical practices and law firms?
Don't hesitate to call my team and me any time.

Your Pieter Niessen