Keeping noise off the menu at Gousto London

Keeping noise off the menu at Gousto London

08 January 2021

Multi-million pound recipe box company Gousto chose Spectrum to prepare a noise impact assessment for their new offices at The Shepherds Building, Hammersmith […..]

Spectrum Provides Acoustic Design Services for a Prestigious London Development

Spectrum Provides Acoustic Design Services for a Prestigious London Development

14 December 2020

Spectrum were delighted to be appointed as acoustic consultants on the prestigious Marylebone Square redevelopment project […..]

Using acoustic design to achieve great restaurant ambience is no pie in the sky

Using acoustic design to achieve great restaurant ambience is no pie in the sky

27 November 2020

If someone were to say ‘acoustics is an important part of restaurant design’, many designers would relegate it to a lower position in the pecking order of importance, since you can’t see or taste it […..]

Good acoustic design forms an integral part of a top-class residential development at Old Queen Street, London

Good acoustic design forms an integral part of a top-class residential development at Old Queen Street, London

13 November 2020

Spectrum were especially pleased to be involved with the spectacular 35 Old Queen Street residential development, London, working with Oakdean Construction […..]

Controlling Noise and Vibration during Railway Platform Extension Works at Cooksbridge, Lancing and Goring-by-Sea Train Stations, Sussex

Controlling Noise and Vibration during Railway Platform Extension Works at Cooksbridge, Lancing and Goring-by-Sea Train Stations, Sussex

30 October 2020

Undertaking night-time construction and demolition works always has the potential for generating noise and vibration and when this is close to residences contractors are encouraged by local authorities to seek prior consent under Section 61 of the control of pollution act, 1974 […..]

Spectrum are pleased to have worked with FBM Architects on their Maria Fidelis School project, which has been shortlisted for an NLA Award.

Spectrum are pleased to have worked with FBM Architects on their Maria Fidelis School project, which has been shortlisted for an NLA Award.

23 September 2020

A school near Euston station was set to close and be reused as a managed workspace, with a new Construction Skills Training Centre to be built in the grounds to equip Camden residents for jobs on HS2 […..]

Transforming existing spaces into venues for live or amplified music and comedy – acoustic design for reverberation and sound insulation

Transforming existing spaces into venues for live or amplified music and comedy – acoustic design for reverberation and sound insulation

27 August 2020

Music and arts organisations are always looking to create new venues for live or amplified music, comedy and theatre by transforming spaces which weren’t originally designed for performance […..]

Improving Acoustic Accessibility in Churches

Improving Acoustic Accessibility in Churches

03 August 2020

Churches aspire to be places that are welcoming for everyone. However, some people find the acoustic environment to be difficult, meaning they either don’t attend at all, or, if they do, struggle to engage with what is going on […..]

HS2 – Spectrum provides noise study of upgraded water treatment works

HS2 – Spectrum provides noise study of upgraded water treatment works

30 June 2020

Spectrum has been appointed by JV main contractor Glan Agua Farrans (GAF) to carry out a noise study of the temporary new plant to ensure that it doesn’t disturb nearby residents […..]

Business Continuity during the Covid-19 Crisis (20/03/2020)

Business Continuity during the Covid-19 Crisis (20/03/2020)

25 March 2020

During the abnormal living and working conditions experienced by staff and clients during the Covid-19 crisis, Spectrum Acoustic Consultants Ltd are following government guidance for employers, businesses and employees in order to ensure the safety of our staff and clients […..]

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