suspended acoustical ceiling

suspended acoustical ceiling

[sə′spen·dəd ə′kü·stə·kəl ′sē·liŋ]
(building construction)
An acoustical ceiling which is suspended from either the roof or a higher ceiling.

suspended acoustical ceiling

An acoustical ceiling which is suspended from the building structure above; usually the acoustical material itself forms a suspended ceiling, but it also may be secured to a backing.
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In most classrooms, the most cost-effective option is to install a high-performance suspended acoustical ceiling.
Table V Acoustical Materials Added Cumulatively Material/Finish Description dBA All surfaces sound-reflecting 76 Suspended acoustical ceiling added at center of day room 69 Two-inch metal security panels added (at perimeter of ceiling at walkway) 66 Carpet and acoustical wall panels added 63
WAVE will produce and sell grid used to support suspended acoustical ceiling systems.
Interior renovation and extensive replacement of HVAC equipment at the airside concourse wing of the public terminal building at the Sarasota Bradenton International Airport which includes: Replacement of existing major interior finishes of public areas of the second floor airside concourse with new finishes (including carpet and terrazzo flooring, suspended acoustical ceiling system, wall finishes).
sale of grid used to support suspended acoustical ceiling systems.
The interiors feature custom-designed, curved glass walls in the conference rooms, sheetrock walls, Panelite honeycomb composite sliding doors in both the multi-purpose room and private offices, a cubicle furniture system in the open office areas, carpet tiles, and suspended acoustical ceilings.