C&S’s QuieterHome Program is a national leader in both large- and small-scale sound attenuation programs. Communities adjacent to airports experience significant noise impacts and the people living in these areas have high expectations for airport sponsors to provide relief. A residential sound insulation program is one of the best options available to airports to mitigate these effects. No other airport development project has as much visibility or potential for building relationships with the community as a residential noise mitigation program. While airport development brings growth and opportunity to the community, it may also bring challenges to airport owners. Addressing the impact of increased aircraft noise on an airport’s surrounding community is no small task. With that in mind, C&S designed its QuieterHome Program to help clients sensitively turn that challenge into a solution.
C&S has made sound attenuation our business so that airport officials can get back to the business of running the airport. Our program management capabilities take the burden off of our clients, enhancing the level of service that residents receive while strengthening ties among residents, the airport, and local agencies. We see all sizes of project through from initiation to construction to completion, keeping you informed at all stages of the process. Our services include community outreach programs and educational and informational campaigns for the public, including project websites and printed materials.
To help clients manage the large quantities of data associated with a sound attenuation program, C&S developed our Trackit line of software—sophisticated tools that enable clients to access current project information directly from their keyboards. Our specialized residential sound insulation management software, QuietTrack, improves efficiency and reduces paperwork through an easy-to-access electronic format. The program, which is used by clients across the country, determines eligibility of applicants; allows users to look up individual resident information; locates contract group and grant details; provides program statistics by city, noise level, and program status; generates more than 70 reports and letters; and allows viewing and printing of GIS maps.