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.
While addressing the press, the club’s management said they had invested millions of shillings to comply with the directives issued by Nema before the club was closed.
“B Club has complied with the directives given by Nema by making sure that we installed all that was required to ensure that we are at par with Nema,” B Club’s sound engineer, identified as Marcos, said.
The acoustic panels installed across the walls and the initial windows of the club are designed to absorb sounds and prevent any noise leakage to the residential homes that are close to the club.
The entire floor surface was also heavily tufted to absorb any noise coming from dancing revellers.
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.