In the world of medical testing, the rodent testing stage is critical in the development of new drugs. With the need for speedy drug development at an all-time high, the demand for improving efficiency at this stage has also increased. […]
Felicia returned (i.e. via Zoom!) to her alma mater as a “Philanthropic Invester” for the University of Delaware’s Summer Founders program. The program is designed for students with early stage startups to work on their ventures and receive a stipend, […]
Always nice to see one of our projects in the news. Our AmerisourceBergen Corporation (ABC) project was part of an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer which highlighted a building boom with both new residential and commercial properties in Conshohocken – […]
Nothing says AHHHH like a cool watermelon slice during a hot summer day – so says Bob’s Zeke! Look closely at his left-facing ear – are those black watermelon seeds?!
Philadelphia recently entered into a modified green phase of re-opening. And we were grateful to get out and enjoy the expanded activities this phase offered. It commenced during the July 4th weekend – which brought beautiful weather and batwing things! […]
Before COVID-19, the activities of people’s daily lives generated a steady hum of sound and vibration. Travel in cars, trucks, planes, and trains created much of this activity. Industrial operations also generate significant sound and vibration. In city centers, people […]
We learn something new every day! Today we learned that Holland Middle School was recognized in Learning By Design’s Spring 2020 issue as an Outstanding Project. Metropolitan Acoustics congratulates the design team which was led by SchraderGroup Architecture and Design. […]
Here’s some swell news….we just learned that one of our projects achieved WELL Silver certification! The University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of External Affairs relocated into office space at the FMC Tower in Philadelphia. Metropolitan Acoustics predicted sound levels of […]
We are weathering the storms and enjoying getting out for some site work. If these two pictures shown below of the same Philadelphia skyline are any indication – we say these darker days are behind us! As Willie Nelson sings […]
Metropolitan Acoustics was contacted by a reporter with the BillyPenn newsletter to discuss recent noise events of undetermined origin and how they propagate throughout the city of Philadelphia. The full story can be found here.