Offsite construction such as modular and prefabricated buildings are becoming a popular option for residential, education and leisure purposed frameworks.
But like all buildings, modular frameworks also have to adhere to building regulations and the guidance provided in Approved Document E.
This is more so important when designing modular buildings for schools and colleges where offsite construction is at an all time high. Latest updates to The Building Bulletin 93 (bb93) provide additional guidance on lightweight roof constructions which may impact acoustic compliance in modular structures.
Hush Acoustic Consultants can help advise of the correct systems for offsite construction and can also consult on sound testing and Robust Details – Contact one of our experienced advisers for information.