11-14-2013 Sound Insulation Program Completes 5000th Home
On Thursday, November 14th, the Reno-Tahoe International Airport celebrated the completion of the 5000th home to receive acoustically rated windows and doors to mitigate aircraft noise. The celebration was held at the home located in Sparks, NV.
To date over $67 million has been spent insulating homes within the eligible area with an average design and construction cost per home of $15,000. There is no cost to the homeowner for these updates.
Working with the Federal Aviation Administration since 1994, this highly successful program has brought a higher quality of life to area homeowners located in Reno, Sparks and Washoe County.
For more information about the Airport’s sound insulation program please visit: About Sound Insulation Program
The homeowners of the 5000th home.
Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board Chairman, Adam Mayberry, speaks during the press event.
Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board Trustee, Bob Larkin, speaks during the event.
Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board Chair Adam Mayberry, Board Trustee's Bob Larkin and Steve Katzmann, and President/CEO Marily Mora cut the ribbon on the 5000th home.
Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board Chairman, Adam Mayberry, places the final piece of the sound insulation upgrades for the 5000th home.