Home

Sound Testing, Acoustic Noise & Vibration Control

Sound Testing, Design and manufacturing Under One Roof

Building Acoustics

Building Acoustics, or Architectural Acoustics, is a key specialism of Part-e- Testing Consulting division. Building Acoustics is referred to as the design and testing of buildings to ensure a suitable acoustic standard is achieved for the building. This can be either in relation to sound transmission between rooms or the sound quality within rooms.

Help With Planning

When submitting any new development for planning permission it's likely that a noise assessment will be a requirement to assess the noise impact of the proposed development, for this you will need an Acoustic Consultant. Part-e-testing has over 30 years of experience of dealing with local authorities on planning issues.

VIBRATION SURVEYS

A vibration survey will provide all the necessary information on the vibration profile of any source (e.g. a railway line). All the data from the vibration survey will assist in defining any potential impact on a proposed development and assess any adverse effect on either the building's occupants or the building itself (structural or cosmetic damage).

Fast, Reliable and Affordable Sound Testing UK

At Part-e-testing.co.uk, we carry out nationwide competent Sound Insulation Testing and provide reports for submission to your building control officer. Part E of the Building Regulations for England and Wales, requires sound testing to be carried out in all new-build dwellings and conversions that create two adjoining dwellings with either separating walls or floors. We are here to help your project run smoothly, so call us now for a free no obligation quotation.

SCHOOL & COLLEGES

Building Acoustics, or Architectural Acoustics, is a key specialism of Part-e- Testing Consulting division. Building Acoustics is referred to as the design and testing of buildings to ensure a suitable acoustic standard is achieved for the building. This can be either in relation to sound transmission between rooms or the sound quality within rooms.

NOISE AT WORK

When submitting any new development for planning permission it's likely that a noise assessment will be a requirement to assess the noise impact of the proposed development, for this you will need an Acoustic Consultant. Part-e-testing has over 30 years of experience of dealing with local authorities on planning issues.

MATERIAL CHANGE OF USE

A vibration survey will provide all the necessary information on the vibration profile of any source (e.g. a railway line). All the data from the vibration survey will assist in defining any potential impact on a proposed development and assess any adverse effect on either the building's occupants or the building itself (structural or cosmetic damage).