Event in Gelsenkirchen the EU environmental noise directive provides the noise action planning – municipalities and metropolitan areas new challenges with regard to protection against noise of traffic facilities. Others who may share this opinion include Secretary of Agriculture. The noise mapping has largely been completed, the noise action planning runs. Measures for the action plan are inter alia the modal shift and traffic avoidance available. In many cases, such as local roads, but also urban highways, the traffic noise Immissions can be not always so far reduced that sound technical requirements can be complied. Noise-reducing roadway coverings represent a particularly effective and city-friendly measure to reduce the traffic noise in the inner-city area in these cases. However, the correct and successful application of noise-absorbing road surfaces is useful only after thorough examination of present conditions. Also the coverings in the contract must be very are described in detail.
The target-oriented design of the building contract represents a challenge not to be underestimated for the municipalities thus. The information days want to comprehensively treat the entire issues of noise-reducing pavement surfaces: to do this, the physical as well as the planning and administrative aspects will be highlighted. The event focuses on noise-reducing surfaces as the noise action planning for road traffic including the optimal design of the construction contract. Experience reports on the installation and operation of noise-absorbing road surfaces, as well as an insight into current research projects complete the information days. Focus of the two-day event will be a game in which we a”hot spot”in the city of Bottrop access out that a noise action planning is required according to EU directive on environmental noise. On the basis of this case study are all steps of a concerted plan of action, taking into account noise-reducing roadway pavement discussed vividly and with practical demonstrations: starting all relevant aspects are treated with the consideration and decision-making on the structural and acoustic planning, the tender and construction contract to mixing good composition and installation including the control measurements recommended. New this year is an optional advance Colloquium, in which the physical and administrative understanding of noise-reducing surfaces are presented in easy. Muller-BBM is represented as internationally active engineering company with more than 250 employees at nine locations in Germany. With our independent experts, designers and technical specialists, we advise our clients since 1962 and occupy a leading position in the fields of competence of construction, today’s environment and technology.