We are an independent acoustic consultancy, providing expert advice in noise and acoustics. Our experienced consultants, based in Bristol, Manchester and West Wales, have worked on thousands of successful projects since 1987.
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Acoustic Consultants Limited was founded in 1987 by Stephen Peliza and has become one of the leading independent acoustic consultancies in the UK.
We are in our 30th year of operation and over this time have worked on thousands of successful projects. We have consultants based in Bristol, Manchester and West Wales who are well positioned to cover projects across the entire of the UK. Our clients comprise of small independent builders, national construction firms, housing associations, international supermarkets, local authorities, government organisations, large international oil and gas companies and international technology companies.
"I have employed Acoustic Consultants across a wide range of residential schemes for two different companies over the last eight years. I have always found them extremely responsive (much more so than some of the larger consultants), and attentive to our needs as client. We very much value their practise of running acoustic mitigation options by us to ensure that we arrive at the most suitable, cost effective and pragmatic solution for our sites. "
Tom Griffiths - Development Director
"Acoustic Consultants have assisted us with obtaining planning approval on various schemes from large scale residential developments through to industrial developments close to noise sensitive receivers. They provide a fast and competitive service with clear noise impact assessments and advice. We will use them again in the future."
Asbri Planning, Wales
"We have worked together with Acoustic consultants on a range of projects over the past four years. Their service from inception through to completion is delivered on time, with a sensible yet robust approach to ensuring Employers requirements are achieved passively thus avoiding over engineered solutions."