Premium Acoustical Ceiling Finish in Farmington Country Club

Farmington Country Club encompass a historic farmhouse that was designed by Thomas Jefferson. The facility was constructed in 1802 and has since undergone numerous renovation and expansion projects, including recent revitalizations to the Blue Ridge Ballroom. To address the need for acoustical treatment, without compromising the classic design, an application of SonaKrete in a custom color was utilized for the project. SonaKrete was spray applied, and hand-troweled to achieve a smooth appearance. At 3/4”, the application of SonaKrete provides a noise reduction coefficient of .75 to ensure the space is an enjoyable environment for members and guests. In addition to acoustic performance, the custom color of SonaKrete enhances natural light, and compliments the overall design.

SonaKrete is a high-performance, acoustical finish system that is tailored to meet the distinct acoustical, lighting and design objectives for a wide range of project types. Available in white and arctic white, which provide high light reflectance, and in custom matched integral colors for limited design options. SonaKrete is engineered for application to common construction substrates, and can adhere to complex or irregular surfaces, including domes. Made in the USA from recycled, plant based fibers, organic in nature, SonaKrete is the natural choice for New Construction, Renovation and historic preservation projects. Typical applications include: K-12 and Higher Educational Environments, Museums, Galleries, Worship Centers, Office Buildings, Theaters, and more.

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