Giving Voice to Hope for the Heart

Giving Voice to Hope for the Heart

This job has a lot of perks, like developing relationships that span decades. Or rubbing shoulders with committed and influential people. Or being involved with organizations that are trying to do good in the world. Or, in the case of Hope for the Heart, all three.... read more…

“Testing, Testing…”

“Testing, Testing…”

It was a simple enough request: The pastor said, “Please come help us set up our new equalizer. We just bought this piece of equipment and we want to make sure our church sounds right.” Turns out, it wasn’t that simple. This is a lesson in asking the right questions... read more…

When the Smallest Room in the House Sounds Off

When the Smallest Room in the House Sounds Off

There are times when the biggest challenges in a project are right in front of you. This is a story of why you visit a site before completing a scope of work to observe the existing conditions. The project was in a significant-sized residence (25,000 square feet, $35... read more…

The Rumble and the Rat

The Rumble and the Rat

Noise disturbances often require a bit of a detective work, but every once and a while something crops up that makes you go, “Hmmm…” Let’s call this “The Case of the Rumble and the Rat.” We did some work with a small recording studio built in yet another repurposed... read more…

Judging a Book by its Cover

Judging a Book by its Cover

I’d bet that 99% of the prospective students who visit Belmont University this summer will see the R. Milton and Denice Johnson Center on the east side of campus and think that it’s a very handsome academic building – like many of the other structures on that... read more…

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