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INDUSTRY LEADER IN ACOUSTIC TREATMENT AND ARCHITECTURAL SPECIALTIES

A full service company 
With over 40 years of experience specializing in all types of wall and ceiling finishes.
Expert knowledge in architectural / industrial noise control.
Dynamic and complete acoustic solutions for residential, commercial and industrial applications.

International presence
Our head office is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Regional offices in Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal, with affiliates in USA, UK , UAE, and Asia.

Responsive to the client’s needs,
From selection of the most appropriate product, through the creation of project-specific drawings, manufacturing, and final installation that will ensure complete client satisfaction.

“CUSTOM-IS-STANDARD”
Where a unique condition exists, we can call upon acoustical analysts, design and engineering specialists to create the perfect solution to meet all of the client’s requirements. 
Form, Design and Function

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Identified Issues + Simple applications = dramatic results.

eKōR by Wallworks, Playful, Colorful and Eco-responsible solutions for learning spaces. 🤓
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Whatever your choice of financial institution... consider green options. 😉😝

eKōR environmentally sensitive acoustic solutions by Wallworks ...L🤓k again.
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Whatever your choice of financial institution... consider green options.  😉😝

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The need for acoustical engineering is becoming more and more a prevalent element for consideration in schools for all levels of learning. Distracting background noise caused by mechanical throttle, echoes, reverberation, vibration, and deflection has a profound effect on children in particular, whose fine tuned hearing is highly sensitive to all types of sound. Students predisposed to heightened attention sensitivities are at increased risk. It is time to integrate healthy design and the integration of WELL principles of building for our future. ... See MoreSee Less

The need for acoustical engineering is becoming more and more a prevalent element for consideration in schools for all levels of learning.  Distracting background noise caused by mechanical throttle, echoes, reverberation, vibration, and deflection has a profound effect on children in particular, whose fine tuned hearing is highly sensitive to all types of sound.  Students predisposed to heightened attention sensitivities are at increased risk.  It is time to integrate healthy design and the integration of WELL principles of building for our future.Image attachment

Make Wallworks your "Destination" for Acoustic Detail and Design... 😉

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Wallworks Acoustiplex is specifically designed for use in hygenic and/or public areas where damp cloth or sponge sanitizing is required.

This 100% inherently perforated lightweight fabric is available in a wide range of colors and adapts easily to Wallworks FabriLok wall system, allowing for ease of installation in custom configurations and such as hospitals, clinics, public arenas, sports facilities, pools and schools. It provides affordable, environmental, attractive, acoustic solutions for integrated design.

Wallworks Acoustiplex ... Another way to think around solutions. 🤓
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Wallworks Acoustiplex is specifically designed for use in hygenic and/or public areas where damp cloth or sponge sanitizing is required.  

This 100% inherently perforated lightweight fabric is available in a wide range of colors and adapts easily to Wallworks FabriLok wall system, allowing for ease of installation in custom configurations and such as hospitals, clinics, public arenas, sports facilities, pools and schools.  It provides affordable, environmental, attractive, acoustic solutions for integrated design.   

Wallworks Acoustiplex   ... Another way to think around solutions.  🤓

EKōR ... everyday solutions, exceptional results.

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EKōR  ... everyday solutions, exceptional results.

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If you live in Alberta you may have had opportunity to experience the silence of a heavy snowfall over the weekend.
Snow has quite remarkable acoustic properties.

Stand in a field or in a forest, when new snow has covered the hillsides and you feel it, a sort of hush that comes over the landscape. It isn’t just imagination or the appreciation of a beautiful sight. Newly fallen snow absorbs sounds due to the trapped air between individual snow crystals. Snow cover as thin as .79” can muffle sound and thus change the feel of the landscape. Like a giant sponge absorbing the noise of the world if falls upon.

Snow also makes a distinctive sound when it falls on water, different from that made by other precipitation. Since this is only discernible under water, and most of us do not make a habit of swimming in snow storms, you have probably not noticed this particular property of snow. 🥶

In addition to changing the way the landscape looks and feels, snow can also change the sounds present there. The next snowstorm, stop and take a listen.
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If you live in Alberta you may have had opportunity to experience the silence of a heavy snowfall over the weekend. 
Snow has quite remarkable acoustic properties.

Stand in a field or in a forest, when new snow has covered the hillsides and you feel it, a sort of hush that comes over the landscape. It isn’t just imagination or the appreciation of a beautiful sight. Newly fallen snow absorbs sounds due to the trapped air between individual snow crystals. Snow cover as thin as .79” can muffle sound and thus change the feel of the landscape.  Like a giant sponge absorbing the noise of the world if falls upon.  

Snow also makes a distinctive sound when it falls on water, different from that made by other precipitation. Since this is only discernible under water, and most of us do not make a habit of swimming in snow storms, you have probably not noticed this particular property of snow. 🥶

In addition to changing the way the landscape looks and feels, snow can also change the sounds present there. The next snowstorm, stop and take a listen.Image attachment

You may have noticed that older Houses of Worship are often large, and cavernous. The surfaces are commonly made from materials such as concrete, plasterboard, gypsum, tiled floor. Further there are often banks of colorful windows and solid wooden beams all of which create a long trail of echo perfect surfaces, where noise can “bounce”.
When music or speech travel to the listener from different angles and at different times, it produces a confusing cacophony that makes music and speech very difficult to comprehend and hard to listen to and difficult if not impossible to disseminate the repeating and bouncing noise from important or pleasing content. Also the addition of electronic amplification for music or speech has further exacerbated the problem.

With all of this considered, these spectacular old buildings do not need to suffer the elements of a poor acoustic design. A few simple surfaces applied strategically, can easily remediate and drastically improve sound effects. New architectural designs for the most part now embrace the acoustic dynamics as part of overall design. Wallworks. We have sound solutions for old and new.
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You may have noticed that older Houses of Worship are often large, and cavernous.  The surfaces are commonly made from materials such as concrete, plasterboard, gypsum, tiled floor.  Further there are often banks of colorful windows and solid wooden beams all of which create a long trail of echo perfect surfaces, where noise can “bounce”.  
When music or speech travel to the listener from different angles and at different times, it produces a confusing cacophony that makes music and speech very difficult to comprehend and hard to listen to and difficult if not impossible to disseminate the repeating and bouncing noise from important or pleasing content.  Also the addition of electronic amplification for music or speech has further exacerbated the problem.  
    
With all of this considered, these spectacular old buildings do not need to suffer the elements of a poor acoustic design.  A few simple surfaces applied strategically, can easily remediate and drastically improve sound effects.  New architectural designs for the most part now embrace the acoustic dynamics as part of overall design.    Wallworks.  We have sound solutions for old and new.Image attachmentImage attachment

Acoustic terminology:
A person who develops or designs dynamic concert and lecture halls and works on projects involving sound and the science of acoustics, is an ACOUSTICAL engineer.
An ACOUSTIC engineer is an engineer that makes funny noises when struck – which is something different.

Wallworks... for sound solutions.
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Acoustic terminology:
A person who develops or designs dynamic concert and lecture halls and works on projects involving sound and the science of acoustics, is an ACOUSTICAL engineer. 
An ACOUSTIC engineer is an engineer that makes funny noises when struck – which is something different.

Wallworks... for sound solutions.

Light Beton creates the illusion of structural concrete.

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Light Beton creates the illusion of structural concrete.  

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