Measurement of Sound Levels in Buildings

Measurement of Sound Levels in Buildings

This has now been released and you can find it here. It combines the two previous documents and has been extensively updated.

The previous documents were Part 1: Noise from Building Services and Part 2: Noise from External Sources (e.g. traffic noise) within buildings.  They were produced in 1997, reprinted in 2012 and have now been withdrawn.

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