We strive to contribute to our community. We support each other in our own development and we extend this support to others around us. We welcome applications for work experience and student placements, and have previously welcomed both local school pupils and international post-graduate students.
We contribute to our industry by giving our time freely to the Association of Noise Consultants, where Jack sits on the main Board and several committees, by making presentations of our work at national and international conferences, and local branch meetings of the Institute of Acoustics.
We won’t be asking you to sponsor our ambitious bike rides and other adventures (although we love doing these things), because we believe that our professional expertise is our most valuable asset with which to assist others.
We provide our services on a pro-bono basis for charities and not-for-profit groups wherever possible. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can assist you in this way. Examples of our work in this context includes:
NASUWT Riverside Brass Band
Noise assessment and mitigation for conversion of former tennis pavilion into band practice room, Pelton Fell Memorial Park, Chester-le-Street
Mind Offices, Chester-le-Street
Acoustic privacy assessment and remedial advice for counselling rooms
High Spen Primary School for hearing impaired pupils
Room acoustic response assessment and remedial advice
North East Music Co-operative (NEMCO)
Sponsorship of accreditation for Open College Network courses and ongoing events
Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle upon Tyne
Acoustic consultancy services for mitigation of noise transfer and ongoing development
Riding Mill Village Hall, Isle of Muck Hall
Remediation measures for excessive reverberation
The Heritage Centre, The Holy Island of Lindisfarne Community Development Trust
Air leakage test and remedial advice
St Charles Church, Newcastle upon Tyne
Church of Holy Nativity, Newcastle upon Tyne
St Marks Methodist Church, Gateshead
Cedars Community Church, Gateshead
Remedial advice for adverse acoustic conditions