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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. 
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Sound masking solutions are also now being specified for reasons other than acoustic comfort. For example, hospitals concerned about HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) compliance are using sound masking systems to keep conversations about patient’s protected health information confidential. Industrial firms concerned about industrial espionage are using sound masking systems as well — to prevent the theft of trade secrets by outsiders snooping on conversations at the office.
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Wallworks Acoustic Architectural Products Inc.
Published by Alex Sundin · 4 mins · 
Sound masking solutions are also now being specified for reasons other than acoustic comfort. For example, hospitals concerned about HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) compliance are using sound masking systems to keep conversations about patient’s protected health information confidential. Industrial firms concerned about industrial espionage are using sound masking systems as well — to prevent the theft of trade secrets by outsiders snooping on conversations at the office.
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For many, today’s dream office has the look-and-feel of a converted warehouse loft — with an industrial look that features natural brick walls, expanses of poured concrete, open fixture lighting systems, as well as exposed pipes and ductwork. Indeed, this office look, which originated with media and tech companies, has become an established trend, as we’ve written about quite a few times. This style of workplace conveys a confident, modern (if not retro) design language that’s especially attractive to Millennials who have unique ideas about how work environments should look (hint: like a hipster coffeehouse). Managers and space planners also like the overall efficiency that these spaces provide: they hold out the promise of flexibility and collaboration-driven innovation. But there can be significant downsides if you are not careful: unless there is proper planning for acoustic comfort, these open office designs, with their hard, noise reflecting surfaces, can wreak havoc on employee satisfaction among those who find extraneous noise to be a productivity deal-breaker.

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— Indoor Environmental Quality: LEED® recognizes that many people spend much more time indoors than they do outside, which impacts human health. Therefore, it promotes or requires the use of materials that do not use or emit substances that can be harmful to people either immediately or over time. For general psychological and emotional well-being, it also promotes design options for natural daylight, views to the exterior, acoustical control and similar conditions. All of these can be readily met with metal building systems.

As acoustic specialists WALLWORKS can guide and provide architectural solutions that support LEED® initiatives that support acoustical control but which can also culture other environmental experience through the use of sophisticated, colorful, textured, dimensional and natural surfaces, that promote healthier indoor environments, and closed loop architectural systems.
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— Indoor Environmental Quality: LEED® recognizes that many people spend much more time indoors than they do outside, which impacts human health. Therefore, it promotes or requires the use of materials that do not use or emit substances that can be harmful to people either immediately or over time. For general psychological and emotional well-being, it also promotes design options for natural daylight, views to the exterior, acoustical control and similar conditions. All of these can be readily met with metal building systems.

As acoustic specialists WALLWORKS can guide and provide architectural solutions that support LEED® initiatives that support acoustical control but which can also culture other environmental experience through the use of sophisticated, colorful, textured, dimensional and natural surfaces, that promote healthier indoor environments, and closed loop architectural systems.

Whether the unwanted noise situation is brought about by overhearing loud co-worker telephone calls, overly enthusiastic clickety-clack keyboarding, the incessant sounds of office equipment (especially large printers and copiers), or simply the repeated noise of doors opening and closing, it’s having an effect on many of today’s employees.
Research indicates that the most distracting type of noises in the workplace are the unwanted/unrelated conversations that you can’t help but overhear. The mind can’t help but want to tune in and make sense of conversations we can hear, even if it’s as banal as hearing about re-scheduling a babysitter for your colleague’s 10th-anniversary dinner on the evening of the second Tuesday of next month…
So it’s not surprising that a recent Oxford Economics Study found that, given a choice of perks, employees’ first choice was a quiet office environment where they could focus on work. This ranked higher than any other benefit — including some fairly expensive ones, such as free meals at the office or onsite daycare.
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Whether the unwanted noise situation is brought about by overhearing loud co-worker telephone calls, overly enthusiastic clickety-clack keyboarding, the incessant sounds of office equipment (especially large printers and copiers), or simply the repeated noise of doors opening and closing, it’s having an effect on many of today’s employees.
Research indicates that the most distracting type of noises in the workplace are the unwanted/unrelated conversations that you can’t help but overhear. The mind can’t help but want to tune in and make sense of conversations we can hear, even if it’s as banal as hearing about re-scheduling a babysitter for your colleague’s 10th-anniversary dinner on the evening of the second Tuesday of next month…
So it’s not surprising that a recent Oxford Economics Study found that, given a choice of perks, employees’ first choice was a quiet office environment where they could focus on work. This ranked higher than any other benefit — including some fairly expensive ones, such as free meals at the office or onsite daycare.
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FabriLok® Disposal, Reclamation, Remanufacturing Program

Since 2008, Wallworks has offered and maintained a disposal, reclamation and remanufacturing program for used and leftover FabriLok® track materials. We support environmental stewardship with the re-use of our product base work. Our insulated fabric track systems can be stripped and resurfaced over and over again. Over a weekend we can recreate or reinvent, vibrant innovative surfaces with fresh fabrics, concepts and themes. This can keep the face of a business space on trend with a minimum of time and at relatively marginal cost.

It is not necessary to strip the system down to the base wall or to apply new insulation to achieve an entirely new presentation.

Wallworks methodically pick-ups any and all left over or end cut pieces of our FabriLok® track from the job site, and will arrange pick up of any of our track that may have been removed from an existing wall during renovation. Containers must be a minimum of 3’x3’x3’ in size. Staple removal is mandatory. We will consolidate your scraps with others, grind and ship the powdered materials for use by manufactures of new PET products.

With an increased focus on the impact of our architectural environment on health, Wallworks offers collaborative, attractive and environmentally sensitive, acoustic solutions. Wallworks acoustic architectural products contribute to LEED Points, or are compliant with WELL standards

Wallworks continues to be committed to partnerships building toward a healthy, sustainable future. Please visit our website, or contact our local representatives for more detailed information.
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FabriLok® Disposal, Reclamation, Remanufacturing Program 

Since 2008, Wallworks has offered and maintained a disposal, reclamation and remanufacturing program for used and leftover FabriLok® track materials.  We support environmental stewardship with the re-use of our product base work.  Our insulated fabric track systems can be stripped and resurfaced over and over again.  Over a weekend we can recreate or reinvent, vibrant innovative surfaces with fresh fabrics, concepts and themes.  This can keep the face of a business space on trend with a minimum of time and at relatively marginal cost.

It is not necessary to strip the system down to the base wall or to apply new insulation to achieve an entirely new presentation. 

Wallworks methodically pick-ups any and all left over or end cut pieces of our FabriLok® track from the job site, and will arrange pick up of any of our track that may have been removed from an existing wall during renovation.  Containers must be a minimum of 3’x3’x3’ in size.  Staple removal is mandatory.  We will consolidate your scraps with others, grind and ship the powdered materials for use by manufactures of new PET products.   

With an increased focus on the impact of our architectural environment on health, Wallworks offers collaborative, attractive and environmentally sensitive, acoustic solutions. Wallworks acoustic architectural products contribute to LEED Points, or are compliant with WELL standards

Wallworks continues to be committed to partnerships building toward a healthy, sustainable future. Please visit our website, or contact our local representatives for more detailed information.

70% of office workers said they could be more productive in a less noisy environment. Wallworks eKōR can quickly create simple, decorative and cost effective solutions ~

(Editorial note: They did not say they would be 70% more productive. ☝️😜)
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