Acoustical Wall Panels Enhance L.L. Bean's Renovated Conference Center
A $110 Million campus renovation project for L.L. Bean’s corporate headquarters in Freeport, Maine includes acoustical wall panels from MBI Products.
Work is well underway on the company’s plans to convert warehouse space into a state-of-the-art office building. The conference room, situated in the center of the building on the first floor, is one of the focal points of the project. Custom-designed to fit the space both acoustically and aesthetically, MBI’s Colorsonix® acoustical wall panels line the entire room. The symmetrical design and modern look and feel of the panels juxtaposed with wood ceilings lend to the form and function of the conference room.
General Contractor: Zachau Construction
Architect: SMRT Architects
Acoustical Baffles: MBI Products, represented by Architectural Design Resources
Installer: Landry & Sons Acoustics
MBI's Colorsonix Acoustical Wall Systems
Colorsonix Acoustical Wall Systems are aesthetically pleasing and a decorative solution to sound control. They use a highly sound absorbent fiberglass core that effectively eliminates reflected sounds. They are suitable for not only conference spaces, but also gymnasiums, theaters, restaurants, corridors, churches, recording studios, to name a few.
Today’s workforce benefits from the acoustical properties of Colorsonix panels during working hours. The ability to focus and concentrate on clear voices in a space with virtually no echoes has been shown to improve productivity and comfort throughout the workday. Could your office benefit from acoustical wall panels?