The Resonance team was retained to provided acoustical consulting services for the 4200 Geary Boulevard housing project located in San Francisco, CA. The project consists of a 7-story building with 6 floors of 100% affordable residential above a ground floor with amenities. The development has 98 units of affordable housing ranging from studios to 1-bedroom apartments divided as follows: twenty-five (25) of the units dedicated to formerly homeless seniors, twenty-five (25) units serve extremely low-income seniors, and the remaining units (48) serve seniors making 70% and 75% MOHCD AMI. The ground floor features amenities such as a large community room, tenant services, property management offices, and commercial space of approximately 1,300 sf. This project pursued a GreenPoint Rating and participated in the Living Building Challenge Affordable Housing Pilot Program.
Our acoustical consulting services included an environmental noise study, sound isolation, room acoustics, MEP/HVAC noise, construction site visits, design input, and façade acoustical design. Our involvement was from Schematic Design through Construction Administration.