It was a great day yesterday presenting with Cook Brown Building Control and Cook Brown Energy at Ashton Gate, Bristol.
Thanks to a team of local businesses, charities, property experts and Bristol City Countil (all of whom are donating their time for free), a derelict building in Bedminster will soon become “East Street Mews”.
Due to continued growth at Acoustic Consultants Limited we have welcomed two new team members to the company.
Last month we said goodbye to our old office and moved closer to Bristol into our new headquarters at 194 West Street, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 3NB.
On the 3rd April we were invited to present at a work shop on noise and acoustics to Planning Officers, Building Control Officers, Project Managers and Surveyors of Southwark Council.
For a new built or refurbishment of any healthcare development, it is important to set appropriate acoustic design criteria as soon as possible to avoid future acoustic related problems.
We were invited to present at a work shop on Noise Risk Assessments at the South and West Wales Safety Group.
Construction Noise, Vibration and Dust (NVD) can be a significant issue for active construction sites, and is an important consideration for any contractor or developer planning a construction project.
To celebrate our increased presence in South Wales and Swansea we are pleased to be sponsoring Sandfields Colts Under 10’s football club.
Yesterday we presented a CPD and workshop to the local Environmental Health Protection Departments of Bath and North East Somerset, Mendip, Wiltshire, South Gloucestershire and Stroud.
Today one of our directors, Daniel Oldaker, gave a presentation to the Association of Noise Consultants (ANC) at their annual conference in Birmingham.
We have become a leading noise and acoustic consultancy with steady and consistent growth in a number of key construction and industrial sectors.
We are currently offering CPD’s to current and future clients in noise and acoustics at their offices or our base in Bristol.
Our most experienced consultant Stephen shares his thoughts on 40 years in acoustics.
A brief insight into the first year of a newly qualified acoustic consultant within an established consultancy working on a range of projects.
For much of the work we do there are clear sets of noise criteria and assessment methodologies helping to bridge the Gap between Noise and Planning
As Acoustic Consultants the weather and its accurate forecast is a significant element to our work. Poor weather and their forecasts results in unreliable noise survey data.