B Club soundproofs walls ahead of NEMA inspection following uproar over noise
The management of popular entertainment joint B Club now says it has sound proofed the entire establishment in compliance with directives by the National Environment Authority (NEMA) on noise levels ahead of a looming inspection.
This comes after a section of area residents under the Kilimani Project Foundation moved to court seeking closure of the club as well as Kiza Restaurant and Lounge and Explorer Tavern over what they termed a violation to their health.
The club management however, in a press address on Tuesday, said it had adhered by all NEMA directives and isnow awaiting a nod from the State authority on when to reopen.
According to the establishment’s sound engineer Marcos, acoustic panels had been installed across the walls and windows to absorb sounds and prevent any noise leakage, further that the floor surface was also heavily tufted.
“We have been closed for almost a year now and after all these installations, we are confident that NEMA will approve our reopening as soon as possible,” said Marcos.
Nema Director General Mamo Boru Mamo previously told the Nation that an inspection team had since been dispatched to the facility to ascertain compliance.
“NEMA has scheduled to visit the facility because earlier we had given them a number of conditions and in their briefing, they have said they have complied and we have to ascertain that,” he told the publication.