The best solutions arise through interaction
The train track is a complex construction consisting of many parts. Modifications to one part (to reduce vibrations, for example) can lead to more noise nuisance, or affect the maintainability and thus maintenance costs of the track.
Take solutions for a comfortable living environment fully into account when developing a housing plan. It is possible. We have developed a tool for the objective valuation of (EMVI) tenders on a healthy home and living environment.
Last year, there was a lot of discussion surrounding nitrogen deposition in Natura 2000 areas. The reason for this was the abolition of the Nitrogen Approach Programme (NAP).
Measuring Acoustics for Comfort & Health, or MACH for short, is a measuring system that can monitor noise levels on an of
Together with the Arcadis engineering firm, M+P is investigating the best measures for the central government to mitigate noise pollution from road traffic. The goal: to truly improve the quality of life of local residents.
In the case of long-term projects, it can be useful to work at the customer’s location day in, day out and to participate as a full member of a team. The lines are short, contact is intensive, coordination is effective.
The municipality of Amsterdam had plans for housing construction at the Sloterdijk office location for years. A major challenge, because the area is surrounded by noise - and that can get in the way of a pleasant living environment.
The ‘Geluidisolatie Schiphol 3’, remediation project jointly tackled by senior advisers, Suzanne Dijs and Marc Burgmeijer, got underwa
Animals can cause noise pollution with their barking, roaring or screeching. On the other hand, some animals are bothered by ‘our’ noise. Nesting birds for example.
Attracting new customers is great, but advising customers who have been working with M+P for many years is just as rewarding. Ronald Gijsel and Edwin Nieuwenhuisen maintain long-term contacts with predominantly industrial companies.
We want to share what we have learned about noise at M+P with others. Consultants Ard Kuijpers and Suzanne Dijs enthusiastically explain how each of them go about it in their own way.
We don’t advertise it, but the niche measuring systems market around the world is fully aware of the quality of M+P equipment.
SilentRoads means a broader type of thinking, going beyond the boundaries of specific projects, and pushing a little further. Everyone benefits from it, after all.
Working with noise in a railway yard offers you an insight into a different world where you hear all kinds of abbreviations that are not always clear to a layman. Over the years, Thijs van Bon and Saskia Hardeman have come to know this world inside and out.