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BREEAM Noise Surveys
The Building and Research Establishment’s Environmental Assessment Method (or BREEAM) outlines the current best practises for achieving sustainable design, construction and operation of building projects being undertaken in the United Kingdom.
BREEAM operates through awarding credits for the environmental performance of a building, with more environmentally sound performance earning more credits.
We’ve helped clients from pre-bid to completion in many different sectors including industrial, commercial, residential, healthcare, education and specialist sectors. We also provide design review and advice services, where we carry out BREEAM noise surveys and assessments in support of development proposals. Additionally, we’re able to provide post-construction BREEAM noise assessments, where we carry out acoustic testing to show compliance with BREEAM acoustic performance targets.
While the exact nature and requirements of your BREEAM noise assessment may vary, we have vast experience helping our clients understand and execute the specific BREEAM goals for their project. In the instance that an BREEAM noise survey flags up any issues, we will use our experience to provide you with a realistic, cost-effective solution, tailored to suit your needs.
Simply get in touch via the contact form, or call us, to discuss your specific BREEAM noise assessment requirements with our friendly and knowledgeable acoustic consultants.
What is HEA 05?
The HEA 05 section of a BREEAM noise survey concerns the acoustic performance of the proposed building or fixed installation. This section of guidance aims to make sure that the acoustic performance of the building meets all the necessary standards outlined by BREEAM. Examples of areas of acoustic performance that we assess in a BREEAM noise survey include the ambient indoor noise levels, reverberation times, sound insulation and impact of rain noise on the development.
What is POL 05?
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