Acoustiblok, Inc. Press releases1 - 10 of 34 Press Releases
May 14, 2012
Industrial noise pollution from back-up generators is a problem in the Dominican Republic and throughout the world. QuietFiber noise absorbing material was used to lower the decibel levels at the newly constructed Galleria 360 mall in Santo Domingo.
Mar 07, 2012
To celebrate the one year anniversary of the BullyJuice Tattoo Studio’s grand opening in Riverview, Florida, Stuart McNish of Sic Ink and BullyJuice Staff are hosting a “re-grand” grand opening party March 10, 2012.
Feb 22, 2012
Cafeteria noise leaking into a classroom at Fleming College in Ontario rendered the room unusable, as teachers and students found it impossible to concentrate in the din.
Feb 13, 2012
Tattoo Artist Stuart McNish has moved his Sic Ink tattoo artistry to the BullyJuice Tattoo Studio in Riverview Florida.
Feb 01, 2012
Contractors installed 21,000 linear feet of Thermablok aerogel insulating strips as an eco-friendly retardant to thermal bridging, at the new US Border Patrol Station in Clint, Texas.
Jan 23, 2012
In her newest blog on goal setting trends, time management and productivity expert Laura Stack observes how football provides a blueprint for setting and achieving goals, and spending time more productively.
Jan 20, 2012
Acoustiblok has been named a "best practices" customer by Hubspot, an industry leader in Internet marketing.
Jan 12, 2012
The Coca Cola bottling plant in Bay City, Michigan responded to noise complaints from neighboring homeowners by installing Acoustifence noise barrier material at the offending site, restoring peace and quiet to the community.
Jan 06, 2012
Power outages are common in the Dominican Republic, and industrial noise pollution from emergency generators is a growing concern. QuietFiber was used to lower the decibel levels at the newly built La Serena superstore in Higuey, Dominican Republic.
Nov 15, 2011
QuietFiber serves a dual purpose in LA's tony R Lounge: reverberant sound absorber and high octane wall decor. Owner Bobbie Rahmani had QuietFiber panels wrapped in complimentary fabrics and then hung on the walls for a beautiful look (and sound).