September 5, 2014 | Written by: Marc Newmark

Monitoring Construction Vibration In Highly Sensitive Facilities

New construction and renovation projects in populated areas create noise and vibration for both neighbors and occupants, with sensitivities ranging from inconsequential to critical. Construction work near existing facilities has the potential to adversely affect sensitive equipment and activities, including microscopes, MRIs, and mice, as well as data centers and performance spaces. With proper understanding, consideration, and communication, the project manager can ensure a smooth vibration monitoring process and minimize obstacles to cost and scheduling.



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