Bouygues Energies

Noise, Vibration and Air Quality Monitoring

Project

Phase 3 of the Hallsville Quarter development programme in Canning Town “provides 620 new homes across eight buildings arranged around shared podium garden courtyards above street level. A new health centre is to be built and there will be over 8,500m² of commercial space which includes retail and leisure units.“ The project will last 24 months.

Artist's view of HQ3 project

Challenge

First phases of the project have been delivered and residents have moved in while this subsequent phase of construction is ongoing. The challenge is to know which work zone is responsible for exceeding the threshold.

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Need: Vibration Monitoring.

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Need: Sound Level, Location and Identification.

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Need: Air Quality monitoring.

Our solutions

We installed our noise identification sensor, a class 1 certified sound monitor, a vibration sensor and an air quality sensor.

Alerts are sent the the Assistant Site Manager in case thresholds are exceeded – notification contain noise identification and location from Com’in sensors.

This operation has been submitted as a best practice on the Considerate Constructors Scheme website.

Com'in sensors deployed on HQ3 worksite

The alerts contain the location and the level recorded on site, thus allowing me to directly identify which activities are causing the disturbance and to notify the manager in charge

Philippine DE GUERRE
Assistant Site Manager HQ3

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