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Birmingham to be showcase for monitoring kit – as used at Dublin hospital site

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Campbell Associates – the industry-leading suppliers of automated and cloud-based noise, vibration and dust (NVD) monitoring systems – will be demonstrating the full scope of their impressive product range from 10-12 October at UK Construction Week’s Civils Expo in Birmingham. Innovative systems from manufacturers AVA, Aeroqual, Sonitus and Norsonic will be on show.

These state-of-the-art environmental noise, vibration and dust monitoring kits utilise new technology with full automation, remote control via a five-month battery and access to real time data via the cloud to deliver maximum flexibility for all applications. They can also be tailor made to suit individual projects.The equipment supplied by Campbell Associates is robust, weatherproof, easily installed and cost effective.

Sales and marketing director John Campbell commented: “The Civils Expo show gives us the perfect platform from which to showcase our unique product range. The best way to appreciate the flexibility and potential of these NVD systems is to see them in action, and our exhibition stand gives us a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate just that.

“Potential customers soon understand why our NVD systems are in high demand and are the ‘go-to’ solution for some of the biggest names in the construction industry. We are looking forward to engaging with our key audience and to forging new customer relationships.”

That unique offer found recent practical expression when Campbell Associates provided global consultant surveyors Murphy Surveys with noise and vibration monitoring equipment for a project at the site of the new National Children’s Hospital in Dublin. It is a large-scale project that has involved considering the environmental impact of a major construction site on residential neighbours, surrounding listed buildings and the hospital itself.

By using the AVA vibration monitor and the Sonitus Systems noise monitor, Murphy Surveys is able to monitor site activity remotely around the clock throughout the project.There were two key features that led the consultants to choose the AVA and Sonitus systems for their project.

The first was the ability to access data remotely via the online portal – giving real-time measurement data, accessible anywhere, at any time and from any device, without the need for costly and unnecessary site visits.

The second feature was an automatic alert function, that alerts any designated contact via SMS or email whenever limits have been exceeded, saving time and manpower on measurement collection. Murphy Surveys wanted flexible products they could rely on, which came highly recommended and they found just that in the AVA and Sonitus systems.

The equipment used in Dublin will be just a part of the range on view at the NEC. With an accumulated 19 years of experience, expert technicians and unrivalled customer support, Campbell’s stand is a ‘must visit’ at the Civils Expo.

Moreover, every visitor will be entered into a prize draw for a bottle of Moet et Chandon champagne!

For more information or to book an appointment with a member of Campbell Associates technical team email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 01371 871030.