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Moon Star Glitz & Glamour Ball Acoustic Supplies has been raising money recently in aid of mental health, and helped to raise over £4,305 for the charity Mind. Well done to all involved in getting to this amazing total! JCW Acoustic Supplies sponsored the Moonstar Glitz and Glamour ball where we had a tough night dancing and listening to tribute bands! A great night was had by all and there

Laura Keegan, Commercial Director, of JCW Acoustic Supplies Ltd, has recently passed a Level 5 Certificate in Human Resources Management (QCF). Laura, joined the JCW team in 2007 and worked within the sales team for 6 years. After promotion in 2013 to the role of Commercial Manager, Laura became more involved in the day to day running of the business, including co-ordinating the sales team of six plus a further

Acosutic Barriers Installed By JCW Acoustic Supplies JCW Acoustic Supplies received the enquiry for this project mid-November 2016 by Avant Homes who recently acquired the development from a previous developer. Due to planning conditions by the local council JCW were given the task of manufacturing, supplying and installing 87m of a 4.5m high JCW Absorbent Sound Screen by Christmas 2016. After offering a quick turnaround on technical advice and quotations

St Andrew’s Noise reduction JCW Acoustic Supplies Ltd were delighted to help St Andrews School in making their school dining hall a pleasant place to sit again after suffering highly reverberant sound making it difficult to enjoy their lunch. JCW Acoustic Supplies Ltd offered St Andrews advice on how to change this dining hall problem, by looking at the reverberation times and with a quick calculation and by following the

Sound absorbing fence installed at KFC JCW have recently installed a 3.5m high acoustic sound absorbing fence for KFC in Coulby Newham. We were originally approached after the fast food restaurant had originally been recommended for refusal by Middlesbrough Council because Councillors claimed it would be detrimental to a neighboring elderly care home. However, after agreeing to reduce the impact of the development on nursing home residents planning permission was