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Vibration protection

Take precautions instead of suffering from the after-effects

Vibrations can occur in connection with land-based transport (e.g. road, rail), or from building work, blasting and industrial or commercial sites.

To protect against vibration, reference and guide values have been specifically defined for the effects on structural installations or also on people in buildings. In the context of emission control, vibration investigations are part of the official requirements.

The scope of our services

When presented with specific issues, we focus on the emergence, propagation and impact of vibrations and the resulting secondary airborne noise or structure-borne noise. | Details

Measurement and assessment of
vibrations and secondary airborne noise | Details

Forecast of impact of future vibrations and secondary airborne noise

Conceptual design of measures for vibration isolation or damping

Preparation of independent expert opinions

References

State Capital Munich
Project central railway areas Munich, development plan no. 1926 “Birketweg”
Development plan no. 1971 “Baumkirchen Mitte”
Development plan no. 1655a “Oertelplatz”
Technical Operations Centre Schragenhofstraße

DB AG
Upgrading of railway line Ingolstadt – Munich
Upgrading of railway line Munich – Mühldorf – Freilassing
Upgrading of railway line Nuremberg – Forchheim
Upgrading of railway line Oberhausen – Emmerich
Vibration monitoring slope stabilisation Wolfratshausen

Pirlo GmbH & Co
Elastic mounting of automatic punching presses

Alpha Invest Projekt GmbH
Central+Park, Arnulfstraße in Munich
The Seven, Müllerstraße in Munich

Büschl Unternehmensgruppe
Development plan no. 146 “Residential zone Alexander-Pachmann-Straße”, Town of Unterschleißheim

Terrafinanz GmbH
Residential complex on Bauernbräuweg in Munich

Town of Wendlingen
Relocation of arable farms

City of Augsburg
Development plan “Innovationspark”
Development plan no. 476/I and 476/II former loading yards

Bayerische Hausbau GmbH
Welfenhöfe in Munich

Audi AG
New construction of railway sidings on company site

Bayerische Versorgungskammer (Bavarian chamber for social benefits and pensions)
Vibration monitoring in Arabellastraße in Munich

City of Augsburg
Hydroelectric station at Hochablass

Municipality of Hohenfurch
Development plan Moosfeld

Your contact

Hans Högg

Dipl.-Ing. Univ. - Consulting Engineer BYIK - Junior Executive

Phone 0951 299 0989 1
hans.hoegg@mopa.de

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