Vibration Engineers in Sydney

Any construction project rarely has the luxury of existing in isolation. Stakeholders will factor in the overwhelming majority of cases, usually made up of homeowners, businesses, property owners, the state and the general public.
The necessity to plan to limit the impact and disruption felt in the wider community is essential. One of the key roles to consider when taking on your next project is that of vibration engineers. Fortunately, developers, construction companies and planning authorities in Sydney have a specialist team to whom they can turn – Koikas Acoustics. Read More

Sydney’s Specialist Vibration Engineers

At Koikas Acoustics, we have cemented our sterling reputation since we started in 1992. We can help you to achieve a noise-free environment and have considerable expertise with regards to construction vibration monitoring. We provide professional assessments to ensure compliance per the standards you are required to meet. We aim to complete assessments promptly, and you can trust that we will provide you with friendly professional advice that will empower you to move forward with your project.

We treat each project as if it were our own and deliver cost-effective solutions that achieve the desired outcome. To date, none of the projects we have worked on has been rejected as a result of our services.

The Importance of Vibration in Engineering

Here at Koikas Acoustics, we have a deep appreciation of the many requirements and planning considerations that must be made by those responsible for any engineering project. While there are undoubtedly many more boxes to tick before getting a green light to proceed, once a decision is made to move forward with planning, the importance of vibration in engineering must be factored in.

The Environmental Protection Authority has guidelines for vibration standards and those who want to meet them benefit immensely from our input. We can deliver clear guidelines and instructions that will help limit high vibration-causing activities to their acceptable levels.

Any project undertaken in the city must carry out property pre-condition surveys before any construction moves forward. This process helps to identify the condition of buildings that potentially will be affected by the works carried out. It is also a necessity given the fact that hospitals, research facilities or universities or other facilities that have vibration-sensitive equipment on their premises may be in the vicinity.

Working with a specialist in vibration engineering will help you to determine the most appropriate ways to carry out the planned work, whether that will include rock breaking, piling, the use of air compressors, light towers or even trucks.

Dedicated to Providing Expert Industrial Vibration Advice

At Koikas Acoustics, we dedicate our service to providing expert construction vibration planning advice. We use accurate, precise vibration monitoring instrumentation on all our projects and our recommendations are always truthful and objective. We are happy to discuss your specific requirements, and we promise to complete our work on time without compromising on quality.

So, if you want to retain the services of vibration engineers that get it right from the start and help you to save in a big way at the end, get in touch with us today and let’s discuss your project.

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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