Acoustical and Vibration Engineering
Acoustical and vibration engineering is a technical branch that advocates for good management of noise at construction sites and infrastructures.
The goal is to prevent health problems resulting from noise and the negative consequences of unwanted vibrations at construction sites. The latter affects machine design and the resonance they cause. For many years, construction workers and workers in related sectors use ORP (Occupational Risk Prevention) systems to minimize noise. A good example of this are earplugs and safety headphones.
When it comes to designing noise barriers, we use not only the well-known acoustic panels, but we also consider other solutions like vegetation barriers, earth dams, partial covers and other special devices.