Sol Acoustics are currently looking for impressive Acoustic Consultants to join our growing Cheshire, Bristol and Dorset Offices.
Competitive Salary + Company Bonus Scheme, full job description available to download:
To apply please email your CV and covering letter to email@example.com
The Association of Noise Consultants have released their 2021 Construction Noise Good Practice Guide on the preparation, submission and management of Section 61 consents.
It is generally accepted for construction sites where works are undertaken in close proximity to environmentally sensitive resources or where management of the construction programme is a key consideration, that seeking prior consent under Section 61 of the Control of Pollution Act 1974 can be an effective way of ensuring that the desired project outcomes are achieved whilst affording the necessary level of protection to those potentially at risk from construction noise and vibration effects. However, demolition and construction can be complex and variable, making reliable predictions and assessments at times challenging, despite, and sometimes because of, the defined process identified in the British Standard 5228, which is the statutory Code of Practice attached to the Control of Pollution Act 1974.
Sol Acoustics has significant experience in the prediction, control and on-going monitoring of Construction Noise and Vibration with successful sites operated across the United Kingdom. To find out how we can help with your project please get in touch.
The ANC Construction Noise Good Practice Guide is available to download here
2021 is the year that Sol Acoustics celebrates it’s 20th anniversary. From humble beginnings to the continued success we see today, all of us here at Sol Acoustics would like to thank our clients and friends for the continued support.
The National House Builder Council have just released their updated their design standards for 2021 including a revision to the acoustic guidance on External Masonry Walls which now provides design guidance on sealing air paths, a new bullet point on structural members not to transfer across separating walls and reference to the Robust Details Ltd handbook.