Acoustic Consultants In London, Serving Clients Nationwide
Acoustics, Vibration and Noise Consultants
Towards a Better Sounding World
Acoustic Experts Since 1984
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“Superb to work with in every way”
“Rigorous and thorough”
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ABOUT GILLIERON SCOTT ACOUSTIC DESIGN CONSULTANTS
We are a friendly, award-winning team providing a full range of acoustic design services, testing, measurement assessment, modelling and simulation services and strategic advice for clients across private, public and charity sectors.
We are members of the Association of Noise Consultants and the Institute of Acoustics. Dedicated to improving acoustic performance and unwanted noise reduction consulting.
Our Happy Clients At Gillieron Scott Acoustic Design Consultants
We work with a broad range of clients including end users, architects, venue operators and contractors, delivering our full range of Acoustic Surveys, Assessments, Inspections, Modelling and Design Services
Acoustics, Noise & Vibration Services
If it's noise regulations, vibration, airborne sound, legal and planning or any other aspect of acoustics, we have you covered at Gillieron Scott Acoustic Design. Our Acoustic Consultants, or Acousticians can serve you in London, nationally and internationally
“..a studio with acute vision, a big heart and a rock solid set of values”
Sectors We Offer Acoustic Consultant Services
When you need an acoustic consultant in London, think GS Acoustic Design. Whether it's planning and building regulations, sound systems for arts & entertainment or sustainable building design, we have a wealth of experience
Acoustic Consulting Projects We're Proud To Have Delivered
We have an extensive range of Acoustic Design Projects we've worked on over our years of operating in London and the UK. Our projects cover a range of sectors including education, leisure, industrial and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you need expert advice on noise, sound, or vibration issues, a qualified acoustic consultant or professionally registered company will be able to advise on the best course of action for your project. They will also ensure you adhere to any legal and planning requirements, British Standards, and noise-related architectural and mechanical requirements.
It’s best to seek professional advice from an acoustic consultant for all building projects or noise nuisance issues as works often need to comply with local planning regulations in a wide range of sectors such as homes, offices, schools, colleges, universities, music schools, auditoria, theatres, concert halls, museums, libraries, churches, gyms etc.
An acoustic consultant can provide guidance on small, medium or large scale projects including (but not limited to) new builds, refurbishments or conversions of architectural buildings and can advise on internal partitions, façade elements, glazing requirements, noise from mechanical services internally and from the environment to comply with planning requirements.
Some areas that an acoustic consultant can advise on are the discharge of planning conditions, planning applications and building control matters.
Acoustic consultants use noise and vibration monitoring equipment and software to measure and assess noise, vibration, airborne and impact sound to design spaces, mitigate noise issues while ensuring legal and planning regulations are met.
Yes acoustic consultants can provide advice on a range of options to best suit clients’ budgets and acoustic outcomes
Not always, smaller projects may not require architectural input.
In architect-led projects, an acoustic consultant forms part of the wider team and both parties work together to meet clients’ desired acoustic outcomes and legal requirements.
No, acoustic consultants work on new, refurbishment, conversion or restoration projects
Yes, it is very common for acoustic consultants to monitor and assess external environmental noise – for example from roads, railways, planes, construction sites and air conditioning units. Acoustic consultants recommend mitigation measures to reduce noise levels internally for existing buildings or recommend facade element specifications (external walls, windows, roof, means of ventilation) for new buildings.