Air Conditioning and Industrial Facilities Noise Surveys

The installation of new facilities and existing facilities have the potential to affect those living and working within close vicinity. Our acoustic consultants have experience in measuring and mitigating harmful noise created by a variety of industrial facilities such as air conditioning units.

Omnia’s acoustic consultants regularly undertake Industrial Noise Surveys for a variety of projects. The surveys are often needed to support planning applications for new facilities, air conditioning units, extractor fans, plant or machinery.

Local Authorities or Environmental Health Officers often request industrial noise surveys that comply with BS4142:2014 as part of a planning application. This is to ensure that noise from proposed fixed industrial units do not adversely impact the surrounding areas. This is particularly important if they are near to where individuals live and work.

Air Conditioning Noise Surveys

Our acoustic consultants have experience in undertaking noise surveys to assist planning permission for the installation of air conditioning units. The survey consists of undertaking a measurement of existing (or baseline) noise levels at the site, an analysis of the proposed unit, its expected noise level and using 3D noise modelling software to assess the data. Following this, our consultants will prepare a report which outlines the proposed impact and any recommendations needed to reduce noise impact of those living and working within the vicinity of the air conditioning unit.

Omnia’s acoustic consultants regularly undertake Industrial Noise Surveys for a variety of projects. The surveys are often needed to support planning applications for new facilities, air conditioning units, extractor fans, plant or machinery.

Local Authorities or Environmental Health Officers often request industrial noise surveys that comply with BS4142:2014 as part of a planning application. This is to ensure that noise from proposed fixed industrial units do not adversely impact the surrounding areas. This is particularly important if they are near to where individuals live and work.

Air Conditioning Noise Surveys

Our acoustic consultants have experience in undertaking noise surveys to assist planning permission for the installation of air conditioning units. The survey consists of undertaking a measurement of existing (or baseline) noise levels at the site, an analysis of the proposed unit, its expected noise level and using 3D noise modelling software to assess the data. Following this, our consultants will prepare a report which outlines the proposed impact and any recommendations needed to reduce noise impact of those living and working within the vicinity of the air conditioning unit.

Related Subjects:

Construction Noise Surveys

Noise Impact Assessments

Environmental Noise Surveys