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Noise Isolation Class (NIC)

Noise Isolation Class (NIC) is a single-number rating of a partition’s ability to block sound transfer. An NIC rating is the measured room-to-room noise reduction determined in accordance with testing agency procedures.

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  • Building Systems Upgrades - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...acoustic ceiling tiles with a high noise reduction coefficient (NRC), to dampen...privacy in offices Locate spaces where noise generating activities occur, such as
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  • Space Reconfiguration, Renovation, and Construction - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...transmission coefficient (STC) and noise isolation class (NIC) rated walls Ceiling System...acoustical ceiling tiles with a high noise reduction coefficient (NRC) to dampen
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  • Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...echo too much, and controls excess noise pollution from both indoor and outdoor...from construction activities are isolated from the permanently installed HVAC
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  • Health - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...expert walkthrough. Work spaces are isolated from pollution sources such as copiers...fluorescent. Workstations are separated from noise-generating activities and equipment
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  • Buildings and Health - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...integration than either might achieve in isolation. Integrative Design The goal is to...facilities may offer group exercise classes, indoor sport courts, and swimming
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  • recommendations_on_sustainable_landscaping_practices.pdf

    ...permeable soils (Hydrologic Soil Group Class A and B, as defined by the National...that contain wetlands, including isolated wetlands. 12 Enhance degraded wetlands
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