We are pleased to announce that Gordon David has joined the IAC Group as Business Development Director… effective April 2019.
Gordon has been associated with IAC for many years. As a young man he completed his apprenticeship with us.
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We are pleased to announce that the assets of Hodgson Noise Control have been acquired by IAC Acoustic Company UK Ltd (IAC).
We have registered a new company, Hodgson AcousticsCompany, employing the highly experienced and dedicated team from the former company.
IAC Acoustics are pleased to announce the introduction of an apprentice programme at their Winchester Head office.
Tom Samways has recently joined the company, as an Engineering Apprentice following excellent GCSE results and a BTEC in Engineering at CEMAST College in Fareham.
Excess noise can be a problem in many places. Offices are the obvious example, but it can be an issue in restaurants, shops, auditoriums, libraries and other places too. One of the ways of combating this is with the use of sound absorption panels.
IAC Acoustics are always looking for ways to make their customers lives easier and we are pleased to announce that with the help of our partner Kennet Equipment Leasing, we are now able to offer financing options for IAC Audiology Booths.
Orders are up compared to the same period last year, and the forecast for year-end is expected to be a new IAC UK record.
Given our success, and in recognition to the significant efforts given by the team, we decided to take a bit of time out to relax and rejuvenate.
IAC Acoustic Company UK is proud to announce the release of our new website. A concerted effort from the IAC Acoustics team has resulted in an interactive website, usable on all hardware platforms (pc, laptop, tablet or phone)
Winchester, Hampshire, UK Release: 16th July 2018
IAC Acoustic Company UK Ltd has recently completed their involvement in a major GRE Relocation project at O'Hare International Airport, Chicago.
The airport is currently undergoing a vast modernisation program, with the development of a further runway and associated support taxi-way infrastructure.
The design layout meant that a support taxi-way was required to pass directly through the positioning of their existing Ground Running Enclosure, which would need to be replaced, or, as recently carried out – 'moved'!
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