We are pleased to announce the availability of our free Noise Report checklist, which has been made available for inspectors at Local Authority Planning Departments, An Bord Pleanála and the EPA. A working group has designed the checklist at the AACI to improve reporting standards in the Republic of Ireland. The checklist is a quick summary of what an inspector should seek in a competent and comprehensive report from a qualified acoustician. The purpose of issuing such a document is to continue to improve the quality of reporting standards in the Republic of Ireland. To download your copy of the checklist, click on the image below.
The Association of Acoustic Consultants of Ireland (AACI) is the European Acoustics Association’s (EAA’s) membership society for the Republic of Ireland, since late December 2020. This further strengthens and aligns the Republic of Ireland’s involvement with our European partners, allowing for the continued development of acoustics and acoustic research within the Republic. With the UK’s departure from the EU, the AACI Committee see the associate EAA membership as a strategic opportunity to progress the objectives of both the AACI and EAA within the Republic of Ireland and Europe.
The AACI seek to promote the objectives of the European Acoustics Association to promote and spread the science of acoustics, its technologies and applications throughout Europe and the entire world. The EAA seek to interface with associations whose activities are related to acoustics, in order to promote the development and progress of acoustics in its different aspects and applications.
While the AACI have strong industry-based links, it is proposed that the AACI will further strengthen links with Universities and Technical Institutes to ensure that acoustic research with the Republic of Ireland is closely aligned with the AACI and EAA.
The Committee of the AACI are delighted to embrace the objectives of the European Acoustics Association and are proud to be their membership society in the Republic of Ireland.