Scenic Acoustic and Vibration Engineering Ltd has extensive experience and knowledge when it comes to assessing Noise & Acoustics.
We can conduct Acoustic Tests & Analysis across various sectors which include:-

Building Regulations
Approved Document E 2003 Resistance to the Passage of Sound
Rating of Internal Noise Levels in Residential and Commercial buildings – (BS8233:1999, BB93 & HMO2045)
Planning Application – (PPG24 & PAN 56 (Scotland))

Industrial Noise Assessment
Control of Noise and Vibration at Work Regs (2005)

Industrial & Construction Noise Impact
(All Industries, including Offshore Oil & Gas platforms)

Environmental & Transport Noise Impact Assessment
Environmental Noise & Vibration -(BS4142:1997, BS 6472, BS7385)
Transportation noise – CRTN (Rail, Road, Air)
Entertainment noise and Licensing Application

Our test engineers carry all the latest acoustic test equipment and all of our acoustic testing/sound testing is completed to a strict quality controlled standard. All test equipment is calibrated at UKAS Accredited Test Laboratories, and all laboratory calibration certificates will be valid at the time of testing. All measurement equipment is precision, Class 1 rated, and we use state of the art professional analysis software.

One of our many specialized areas is Pre-completion testing for ‘new build’ and ‘material change of use’ developments. We can offer consultation services from design through to build, with our sole intention of ensuring noise levels are reduced to a level that meet the requirements of the Approved Document E to the Building Regulations (2000), at the lowest possible cost to the developer.

Scenic Acoustic is also able to supply some common sound control products directly to the client. We search the market for the best product to meet your requirements, at the best possible end user cost. Scenic Acoustic can also arrange for on site testing of sample materials, which will give the best indication of the final ‘single figure sound level difference’ for that construction. This can be useful for conversion work involving ‘material change of use’.