RK provides a wide range of acoustical engineering, noise and vibration services. RK uses state-of-the-art computer modeling and noise monitoring technology to assess and mitigate environmental noise impacts to the community. Robert Kahn, P.E. has been designated as a Certified Acoustical Engineer (No. 112-88) in the County of Orange.
The effects of traffic on noise and air quality are a significant by-product of roadway design. Robert Kahn, P.E. has been designated as a Certified Acoustical Engineer (No. 112-88) in the County of Orange. RK services include acoustical studies, truck mix studies, noise control assessments and noise mitigation design.
RK uses “state of the art” computer modeling to project noise impacts and also has the equipment to prepare actual field measurements.
Noise and Vibration Impact Studies
Building/Interior Room Acoustics
STC/IIC Design Ratings
Noise Monitoring and Reporting
Construction Noise and Vibration Monitoring
3-D Noise Modeling
Road and Rail Noise Analyses
Industrial Noise Source Analyses
CEQA and Building Code Compliance
General Plan and Noise Ordinance Studies
Acoustical Engineering: Creating Comfortable and Functional Spaces with Building/Interior Room Acoustics and Noise Monitoring
At RK Engineering Group, we have a team of experienced acoustical engineers who have the expertise to monitor and recommend acoustic solutions that meet the needs of our clients.
We use advanced technologies to ensure that our designs are effective and meet the client’s needs with General Plan and Noise Ordinance Studies.
Noise monitoring is another essential aspect of acoustical engineering. Our team can conduct noise monitoring and reporting to ensure that the noise levels are within acceptable limits. We use specialized equipment to measure noise levels and provide detailed reports to our clients.
Traffic Impact Studies and Noise/Vibration Impact Studies: Ensuring Compliance with CEQA and Building Code Regulations
Traffic impact studies are conducted to assess the impact of traffic on the surrounding environment. At RK Engineering Group, we conduct traffic impact studies to ensure that our clients’ projects comply with CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) regulations.
Noise and vibration impact studies are also essential to ensure compliance with building code regulations. Our team of acoustical engineers can conduct noise and vibration impact studies to assess the potential impact on the surrounding environment. We use specialized equipment to measure noise and vibration levels and recommend solutions to mitigate the impact.
Noise Source Analyses and 3-D Noise Modeling for Industrial and Construction Settings: Solutions by Acoustical Engineers
Noise source analyses are conducted to identify the sources of noise in an industrial or construction setting. Our team of acoustical engineers can conduct noise source analyses to identify the sources of noise and provide solutions to reduce noise levels. We use specialized equipment and software to conduct noise source analyses and provide detailed reports to our clients.
3-D noise modeling is another essential aspect of acoustical engineering. Our team can conduct 3-D noise modeling to predict noise levels in a given environment. We use advanced software to create accurate models and provide solutions to reduce noise levels. At RK Engineering Group, we have a team of experienced acoustical engineers who can design and implement solutions tailored to our clients’ specific needs. Contact us today to learn more about our services, STC/IIC Design Ratings and how we can assist you with your next project.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is acoustical engineering, and how does it benefit building design?
Acoustical engineering is the process of controlling and improving sound and noise levels for comfortable and functional spaces.
What is a traffic impact study, and when is it required?
A traffic impact study is an assessment of the impact of traffic on the surrounding roadway environment. It’s required when a new development is proposed that could potentially increase traffic.
What are noise and vibration impact studies, and when are they necessary?
Noise and vibration impact studies are assessments of the potential impact of a development on the surrounding environment. They are necessary to ensure that the development won’t have a negative impact on the environment and nearby residents.
What is STC/IIC design rating, and how does it affect building construction?
STC/IIC design rating is a measure of the sound transmission and impact insulation performance of a building. It affects building construction by ensuring that the building meets required standards for soundproofing and noise reduction.
What is construction noise and vibration monitoring, and why is it important?
Construction noise and vibration monitoring is the process of measuring noise and vibration levels during the construction phase of the project. It’s important to ensure compliance with local noise ordinances and to mitigate the impact of construction noise and vibration on nearby sensitive receptors.