Our vibration monitoring services were performed at the following projects. Monitoring projects like these requires at least 1 or more seismographs to be installed by trained personnel according to ISEE (International Society of Explosive Engineers) guidelines.
The following photos are from a Bridge demolition of old piers on US Hwy 378 over the Savannah River.
This jobsite shows the beginning stages of a the new Atlanta Braves Stadium!
Close Quarters Blasting
Close quarters blasting is possible without damaging the surrounding structures with proper planning and execution. Phoenix Seismic will accurately document the pre-existing and/or post construction conditions of the nearby structures and provide vibration monitoring until project completion. You will be rest assured that even the most difficult projects like this one can be done safely.
Construction projects often require seismic monitoring. When demolition is used to remove old bridges, or when pile driving takes place, complaints may arise due to vibration or noise. This can be especially troublesome whenever large construction projects take place near developed areas. Phoenix Seismic has the expertise and years of experience in helping everyone feel at ease whenever a project like this one takes place.
Having a 3rd party like Phoenix Seismic will help you through the difficult process of community meetings and residential and commercial inspections. This often requires a depth of knowledge about compliance and regulations at the local, state, and federal levels. We will put your mind at ease with data and reports which come from our top of the line seismic monitoring equipment and are backed by our experts. Please contact us if you have any questions about any of our services.
Vibration and Noise Monitoring
Whether it’s construction noise, vibration due to pile driving, blasting rock, or demolition we’ve got you covered.
Environmental impact assessments often require monitoring and reporting of noise and vibration in order to maintain compliance. Our seismographs are used worldwide on construction projects and help ensure that community annoyance is minimal and constraints are not placed on contractors.
Blasting on construction projects may be necessary when you least expect it. For example, you may run into rock. This may stop your progress and there are only a couple of ways to move forward. This generally involves a lot of noise and vibration.
Depending on where you are working, regulations often vary by city and by state. In order to be certain that you are in compliance, give us a call, we would be happy to answer any questions that you may have.
We work on projects like this every day, and we can help ensure that everything goes smoothly. We can be available for immediate assistance, so you can keep working and aren’t caught between a rock and a hard place.