Noise management for inner-city construction:
The Panum Institute Science Tower is a new construction development for the Universtiy of Copenhagen medical centre. Covering 38,000 sq. metres, the development will house an international biomedical centre, research and laboratory facilities. Construction work commenced in August 2012 and is expected to be complete in early 2015, at a cost of €180M.
Noise from construction work in built-up areas always presents the challenge of avoiding annoyance to the many people who can be affected. When the Environmental Impact Study (EIS) for this large building project in Denmark’s capital specified day- and night-time noise limits, the construction company turned to Brüel & Kjær. Like many construction companies, MVZ Byggepladsservice had no noise competencies, and required a complete subscription service where Brüel & Kjær delivered comprehensive, real-time noise information.
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