Condo and Multi-Family

HFP has consulted on a variety of acoustical challenges encountered in the condominium and multi-family market.  Some of the most prominent include acoustical and vibration isolation from neighboring units, both horizontally and vertically.  Ensuring the wall and floor/ceiling constructions of these residential spaces have the appropriate Apparent Sound Transmission Class (ASTC) and Field Impact Insulation Class (FIIC) is essential for meeting the International Building Code (IBC) and for increasing customer satisfaction.  Recent popularity in condominium and multi-family construction has rendered an increasing amount of consumers more critical of the acoustical isolation in their new homes. Additionally, HFP designs for HVAC and plumbing noise reduction along with window isolation from nearby traffic sound sources.  HFP regularly performs testing to determine the acoustical performance relating to all of the above topics.

Residential Clients Include

Cambridge Development
Centex Homes
The Finger Company
Hanover Company
Randall Davis
Trammell Crow Residential


Residential Projects Include

2727 Kirby, Houston
The Ashton, Dallas
Belleview Station, Denver, Colorado
Cherry Creek, Denver, Colorado
The Cirque, Dallas
The Cosmopolitan, Houston
Diamond Beach, Galveston
Domus, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Empire, Houston
The Four Seasons Residence, Houston
Gables at Tennis Center, Houston
Jackson Hill Apartments, Houston
Lofts on Post Oak, Houston
The Manhattan, Houston
Metropolis, Houston
Museum Tower, Houston
Olympic & Figueroa, Los Angeles, California
Playa Vista, Los Angeles, California
Renoir, Houston
The Sapphire, Padre Island, Texas
Seven Riverway, Houston
Sonoma at Rice Village, Houston
Village at Southpark, Charlotte, North Carolina