Noise, Vibration & Dust monitoring

Major construction projects have the potential to cause annoyance in the community due to noise and vibration emissions. The Control of Pollution Act provides a framework within which the disruption associated with major schemes can be managed and controlled, but can be quite an administrative burden.

Best practise and good community relations are often as important as prior consent and agreed working hours in minimising the impact of inevitably noisy activities.

Site telemetry enables this inclusive approach to be backed up with live monitoring and feedback via email and text alerts.  Dust monitoring is often required too, and can be included on the same platform as noise and vibration, providing a 'one stop shop' for the site monitoring programme. 

Examples: CrossRail, Pitt Rivers Museum Annex, Blocks W1 to W5 Regent St, Southampton University, Colmore Row, and airports

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