Parklane

Family owned, team driven: Celebrating 30 years of success at Parklane

Every year is a reason to celebrate our growth here at Parklane. As we continue to innovate, build new industry partnerships and enhance the noise and vibration mitigation solutions that we deliver to our customers, we’re proud to call ourselves a homegrown, family run Canadian success story. Now, we’re approaching a very important milestone that …

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Parklane team member Conor Downe

Meet the Parklane Team: Introducing Conor Downe

As a company built on values, technical expertise, and a commitment to delivering an exceptional client experience, we’re always looking for new ways to improve our noise and vibration control products and services. Achieving that goal takes the right combination of innovation and collaboration. In our case, we’re proud to say that the Parklane team …

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Grid Condos High-rise condominium VRF Noise Control

A Parklane case study: Mitigating VRF noise at a high-rise condo

As the densification of urban areas continues and North American cities grow skyward with the construction of ever-taller condominium towers, noise control is becoming an increasing concern. Sound emissions are especially problematic in settings where large towers abut low-rise residential units—which are often impacted by their soaring neighbours in various ways, including unwanted mechanical sound …

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Parklane enters product partnership with Mason Industries

The past few years have been notable for the incredible growth and success here at Parklane. Despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic—from workplace restrictions to supply-chain shortages—our team has rallied to continue delivering the level of outstanding service that our clients have come to expect over our nearly 30-year history. Now, we’re excited to …

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MUMC

A Parklane Case Study: Mitigating noise challenges at MUMC

As the largest health care facility in Hamilton, Ont., the McMaster University Medical Centre (MUMC) is a 365-bed hospital that services hundreds of thousands of residents in the far west end of the Greater Toronto Area.  Its adult outpatient, women’s health and pediatric care units form a vital component of the local acute care and …

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Gravity Barriers™

A Parklane Case Study: Proactive noise control solutions for a place of worship

Whenever a commercial or community building is situated close to a residential area, unwanted mechanical noise can pose a major challenge. While rooftop HVAC units are essential to facility heating and cooling, their noise emissions often reach nuisance levels, putting the building out of compliance with local regulatory limits and exposing the property owner to …

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data center interior

A Parklane case study: An agile approach to data center noise attenuation

Mitigating unwanted mechanical noise at a data center can seem like an impossible mission, one worthy of a blockbuster action film. It’s especially challenging in the context of a new data center that needs to be taken operational as quickly as possible. Indeed, data centers are mission-critical infrastructure that power a vast digital network—one that …

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Data center

Data center demand is growing—and so are their mechanical noise challenges

We live in a data hungry world and our appetite is increasing by the day. The demand for faster and more reliable data processing is growing exponentially and shows no signs of abating. Everything from cloud computing and mobile data traffic to artificial intelligence, the so-called Internet of Things—where our cars, fridges and smart watches …

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