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Brandon Yard, Bristol

The Brandon Yard, Bristol development proposals plan to regenerate the current site into a thriving residential development in the heart of Bristol. Due to the location of the site in Bristol’s Air Quality Management Area, SRL were appointed to assess both the pollution levels within the Site and the impact of the development on local […]

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Helenslea Avenue

Helenslea Avenue is a residential development in North-West London on the site of the former Swaminarayan Hindu Temple. The development includes a mix of comprising 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartments, with underground parking, and basement CHP provision. The development is designed to meet Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4, which is a +5dB enhancement […]

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Noise at Work

Godalming Station is a Heritage Listed Building built in 1859 that was due to be upgraded. To protect both the contractor, Osborne, and the local residents from noise complaints SRL installed two noise monitors, one at the nearest residential dwelling and one at the nearby care home. The monitors were connected to an online web […]

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Garden Bridge

The Garden Bridge is a new footbridge that will span the River Thames, from Temple underground station on the Embankment to the South Bank. The bridge will house a new ‘park’ and gardens for central London. Footpaths will weave through the garden, creating a new pedestrian route which will be free and open to all […]

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Mark Lane, London

This was a prestigious development in the City of London within the Insurance district. Developers Mitsui Fudosan and Stanhope plc were developing a 15 storey glass curtain wall building valued at £60 million. SRL were employed to monitor noise, vibration and dust through the demolition period and into significant works of the construction phase. Challenge […]

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Stockley Junction Monitoring

Carillion have built a 1000 tonne rail flyover close to Heathrow. The 120m long structure is the largest single span bridge to be built anywhere to the west of London since Brunel’s era. Building a 1000 tonne structure always had the potential to create noise and vibration, and doing it in a populated part of […]

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