Sound is a powerful tool

When used correctly it enhances all other aspects of design.

Noise Engineers is an acoustical consulting firm based in Arizona. Our acoustical consultants conduct noise measurementsanalyze data, and deliver recommendations and reports for environmental and architectural noise projects.

Schools, corporate, theaters, government, municipal spaces, and universities
Between condominium units, offices, adjacent commercial spaces, retail spaces, industrial, and others
Educational facilities, hospitals, retail stores, some residential, and corporate spaces
Worker noise exposure (OSHA noise limits) in factories or other industrial facilities
MRI vibration compliance, blasting vibration, and rail vibration.
Mechanical noise, firing range noise, speech ineligibility, reasonable mechanical noise levels, uniform building code compliance
Measure, predict, and make recommendations for the control of noise and vibration from mechanical equipment
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Our team of acoustical engineers are available to measure, analyze, and make recommendations to help with your A/E/C project.

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The Basics – Noise Engineers

Sound Pressure Level Sound, or noise, is the term given to variations in air pressure that are capable of being detected by the human ear. Small fluctuations in atmospheric pressure (sound pressure) constitute the physical property measured with a sound pressure level meter. Because the human ear can detect variations in atmospheric pressure over such…

Acoustic Chamber

We have received several inquiries about constructing an acoustics testing lab.  There have been varying degrees of development of the plans we have received.  I thought this could be helpful, so I put together a list of factors to consider when designing an acoustics lab:

Vibration Isolation – Noise Engineers

  VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS Forced vibration is a time-varying disturbance applied to a mechanical system. Vibration sources are generally broken out into three categories: continuous, impulsive, and intermittent. Vibration can be measured using an accelerometer. An accelerometer is made of a piezoelectric material that gives off a small voltage when it is moved. This signal is…

Acoustic Camera

  I recently used an acoustic camera for three factory noise projects in Mexico.  We were tasked with identifying the noise sources and reducing the noise from many machines.  We rented an acoustic camera to help us with this process.  An acoustic camera costs between $100,000 and $200,000.  I found it to be very helpful,…

Reverberation Time – Room Acoustics

  When evaluating a space that has too much echo or the sound level is too high, reverberation time is generally used. Reverberation time is a measure of how long sound stays present within a space after it is made. More specifically, reverberation time is defined as the time required for the level of sound…

Road Noise Studies – Noise Engineers

In this podcast and blog, I’m going to talk about road noise projects. Any time a road is expanded, moved, modified, or a new one is built and there are residences, schools, parks, or churches nearby, a noise impact study needs to be conducted. The study looks to see if sound walls are justified. Sound…

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