Acoustic Report & Testing in Sydney

Legislation and regulation must be met whenever a new structure is being built, or where Council permission is required. No matter what your profession or level of experience, taking the time to plan effectively gives every architect, planner or construction company owner the chance to eliminate problems in their blueprints before they make that all important application. An acoustic report is a vital part of this process and getting the kind of professional advice that will carry through from application stage to the completion of the project is a sensible approach that saves money and time. Read More

Here at Koikas Acoustics, we are Sydney’s preeminent noise and vibration consultants. For over 25 years we have worked on a huge range of diverse projects and this experience gives us a wealth and depth of insight that is second-to-none. You can expect friendly advice from our team, since we like to keep things personal, and back this approach with reports that are easy to read, clearly labelled and only include information that is applicable.

Why a Professional Acoustic Testing & Reporting is Essential

Naturally, there are plenty of people out there who believe that there is no real need to seek out an acoustic report in Sydney when their product supplier seems highly knowledgeable. At Koikas Acoustics, we appreciate the efforts of those that supply the materials that will be needed to create the results that you need, but the fact of the matter is that a supplier is just that, someone who understands their product, but this does not necessarily make them an expert in the field of acoustics.

We believe that professional noise reduction advice from a consultant is worth paying for and will save you a lot of time, hassle and money in the long run. All things told, a supplier is there to sell products. This does not mean that they seek to supply you with the incorrect items for your project but consider the possibility that their advice is wrong and how this might impact you.

In seeking the assistance and advice of acoustic professionals, you stand to benefit from an unbiased report that will illustrate the issues identified and determine how best to address them in order to successfully achieve the results that you want.

Here at Koikas Acoustics, we have worked on everything from aircraft to road traffic, rail traffic, industrial, construction, sound reinforcement for entertainment centres as well as in the selection of appropriate building materials that will reduce noise and vibration in both commercial and residential premises. We know what is required when conducting acoustic testing in Sydney and we want you to spare yourself the headache of having to return to square one.

Our Acoustic Reports have Accuracy and Precision

Our clients continually give our services the seal of approval over our time in this industry and we continue to develop our skills and expertise so that we deliver the best possible service available in Sydney. Accuracy and precision are an essential component to what we do and you can feel assured that the instruments we use are traceable to NATA calibration certification.

An acoustic noise test report is one of the formative steps that should be taken when preparing any planning application. The team here at Koikas Acoustics are well versed in preparing them and we invite those that require our services to give us a call today.
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BUILDING ACOUSTICS

  • Building services
  • Architectural acoustics
  • Acoustic privacy
  • Speech intelligibility
  • Sound reinforcement system design
  • Airborne & impact sound transmission testing of walls, floors, doors, glazing

CONSTRUCTION NOISE & VIBRATION

  • Construction Noise Monitoring
  • Construction Vibration Monitoring
  • Construction Noise and Vibration
  • Construction Noise & Vibration Plan of Management

ENVIRONMENTAL ACOUSTICS

  • Pubs
  • Clubs
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Function Centres
  • Cafés
  • Chillers
  • Refrigeration
  • Pumps
  • Air-conditioners
  • Extraction Fans
  • Child Care Centres
  • Schools
  • Colleges
  • Universities
  • Hospitals
  • Medical Centres
  • Aged Care
  • Places of Worship
  • Car Wash
  • Service Stations
  • Industrial Buildings
  • Sport Facilities
  • Gymnasiums

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT FOR ACOUSTICAL PRODUCTS

  • Floors
  • Walls
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Ceiling roof systems
  • Ventilation systems
  • Mechanical plant and equipment
  • Sound absorbing materials
  • Vibration isolation springs
  • Vibration isolation rubber mounts