What is noise monitoring?
In construction, noise monitoring is the measurement and analysis of noise levels both on and around a work site.
Why is noise monitoring required?
Work on a construction site often produces unwanted noise, so local authorities impose noise restrictions in order to minimise disruption for local businesses and residents. These restrictions require the ongoing or ‘spot’ monitoring of noise levels, to ensure that projects are within reasonable limits as much as possible.
Mabey Hire’s noise monitoring solutions provide accurate readings, which are used to report disturbance to surrounding areas and noise levels for onsite workers.
What are Mabey Hire’s monitoring solutions?
We offer the Mabey Hire EnviroGuard as a fixed, modular and scalable environmental monitoring solution. This plug and play offering features remote data transfer to Mabey Hire’s LIVEsite, so you can keep track of what’s happening on-site in Real-time.
We also offer a handheld noise monitoring solution for onsite spot monitoring of noise levels.Back to top
- BS EN 61672-1 & 3:2013 compliant noise measurement
- Environmental Noise Measurement (specify at order)
- Occupational Noise Measurement (specify at order)
- Calculation of noise exposure
- Ensuring compliance with workplace legislation
- Measurements according to ISO1996, BS4142
- Construction & demolition projects
- UK Construction Section 61 notices
- Piling activities
- Party wall monitoring
- Dynamic compaction activities
- Boundary noise assessments
- Noise nuisance complaints
To find out more about Mabey Hire’s noise monitoring solutions, please get in touch today.Back to top
Complete modular and scalable fully-automated environmental monitoring system.
The measurement and analysis of vibration levels undertaken either before work commences or during construction.
The measurement and analysis of dust levels both on and around a work site.
The measurement and analysis of gas levels in the working environment.
The measurement and analysis of volatile organic compounds in the working environment.
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