Construction Monitoring



Air & Dust Monitoring

Capturing the contaminant from a known volume of air, measuring the amount of contaminant captured, and expressing it as a concentration.


Sound (Noise) Monitoring

Noise monitoring or measuring must be conducted only when exposures are at or above 85 dB. Factors which suggest that noise exposures in the workplace may be at this level include employee complaints about the loudness of noise, indications that employees are losing their hearing, or noisy conditions which make normal conversation difficult


Movement Monitoring

Using intelligent data logging, our building movement monitoring system provides access to data and incorporates alarming capabilities to trigger if parameters are exceeded.


Vibration Monitoring

Most Federally-funded construction projects require pre-construction vibration assessment. Some may expect monitoring during the course of the work. Individual states and municipalities may demand no monitoring or monitoring only in connection with blasting done during the project. Some common construction operations (pile driving, vibratory compaction, some ground impacts, movements of tracked equipment, blasting) are known to violate construction vibration standards in some circumstances or have special characteristics which make them particularly dangerous from a vibration damage standpoint. AEC can help you monitor to avoid undesirable consequences.