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HOTEL AND RESTAURANT ACOUSTICAL DESIGN

The Lodge at Sea Island

The Lodge at Sea Island, Sea Island, Georgia · Ostergaard Acoustical Associates is proud to have been a member of the design team for the incomparable Lodge at Sea Island. The 40-room lodge was designed to look and feel as if it had been there for a century. Since its completion in 2001, the Lodge has received the coveted five star rating from the Mobil Travel Guide.

Ostergaard Acoustical Associates provided consultation on guest room, restaurant, and special space finishes to promote acoustical comfort. Wall, ceiling, and floor constructions were selected to control both airborne and structureborne noise transfer, and to provide privacy between guest rooms. HVAC system noise control features were engineered for quiet on both the interior and exterior. This was our second project at Sea Island.

Aerial view of the Lodge at Sea Island, Georgia

Additional Hotel Consultations:

  • Aloft Hotel, Philadelphia, PA
  • Bally’s Grand Hotel Addition, Atlantic City, NJ
  • Princeton Club, Philadelphia, PA
  • Quality Royale Edison Square Hotel, Edison, NJ
  • Sheraton Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD
  • The Cloister, Sea Island, GA

Restaurant and Dining Room Consultations:

  • Allen and Delancey, New York, NY
  • Castellano Restaurant, New York, NY
  • Hard Rock Café, Baltimore, MD
  • Hard Rock Café, New York, NY
  • Hard Rock Café, Philadelphia, PA
  • Bedens Brook Club, Princeton, NJ
  • Princeton Club, New York, NY
  • Country Club of Rochester, Rochester, NY
  • Crestmont Country Club, West Orange, NJ
  • Springbrook Country Club, Morristown, NJ
  • Springhaven Club, Wallingford, PA
  • Upper Montclair Country Club, Clifton, NJ
  • Woodcrest Country Club, Muttontown, NJ

Raritan Yacht Club Dining Room Renovation, Perth Amboy, New Jersey · The dining room occupies a 1930 addition to the Cooper Mansion in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. Prior to the renovation there were problems with patron noise interfering with conversations and unintelligible public address announcements especially following race nights and regattas. Based on a dining room analysis, OAA recommended new esthetically compatible finishes that controlled these problems.