Cerami featured in NY Times article on acoustics in residential buildings

In the wake of a sweeping rezoning that has taken place in New York over the last few years, apartments now rise from industrial areas, where trains clatter, trucks rumble and machinery beeps while backing up.

So that residents don’t suffer from nightly volleys of irksome noise, the city requires certain buildings to install thick, snug windows, to make sure bedrooms stay hushed. To read more about Cerami & Associates’ involvement quieting the effects of environmental noise in residential areas, fill out the form below.

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