Gerald Hynes

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  • Sontext Acoustics Export award

    Sontext have been awarded The National Export award  for Manufacturers by the Master Builders of Australia. The award was presented to Gerald Hynes the CEO of Sontext at the Annual Presentation  Dinner of the Master Builders. Sontext received the award for excellence in Export as part of the National Excellence in Building and Construction Awards […]

  • Murano Acoustic Wood Panels

    Murano Acoustic Panels Website

    Sontext has updated the MURANOACOUSTICS website to include the latest available information on their range of Wood Acoustic Panels, at   MURANO ACOUSTIC WOOD PANELS integrate the warm, natural appearance of timber with the latest manufacturing technology to produce a huge variety of grooved slotted and perforated panels for reverberation and sound quality control […]

  • Murano Acoustic Panel Distributor

     Sontext appoint Murano Australian Distributor Sontext have great pleasure in appointing AGI Australia as the Australian Distributor for the Murano range of acoustic timber panels. With branches in every state and territory of Australia, it was a great choice to appoint AGI as primary distributor for Murano Acoustic Panels. AGI have sales staff that are […]

  • Perforated Wood Acoustic Panels

    Perforated Acoustic Wood Panels Murano acoustic Wood Panels have been recently installed at a number of campuses at RMIT Melbourne Australia. Chosen because of the versatility in wood veneer and Acoustic performance by Brookfield Multiplex and Six Degrees Architects Melbourne and installed by Jacaranda Melbourne. Installed in workshop room and in the multipurpose room at the […]

  • Fabric Acoustic Ceiling Panels

    Fabric Acoustic Ceiling Panels In Refurbished Town Hall Recently Sontext was contacted by Peddle Thorpe Architects of Melbourne to assist in supplying fabric acoustic ceiling panels.  The brief was to  reduce noise in the refurbishment of the Historic Collingwood Town hall. Collingwood Town Hall is  building that had high ceilings with many hard surfaces in […]