Scentre Group construction environmental monitoring

How we helped Trinity has provided construction environmental monitoring services to Scentre Group at various shopping centres for more than 10 years, including Carindale, Garden City and Chermside. We have undertaken continuous air, noise and vibration monitoring for the duration of these construction projects, each lasting up to 2 years. The monitoring results are used […]

Thomas Dixon Centre acoustic design

How we helped Trinity provided acoustic architecture solutions for the beautiful Thomas Dixon Centre in West End, Brisbane. Supporting the design and construction of the new portion – and refurbishment of the heritage-listed portion – of the building, our services included: Determining acoustic requirements Conducting background noise monitoring Conducting extensive acoustic analysis Providing acoustic design […]

HOTA Art Gallery acoustic design

How we helped Trinity provided acoustic design services to the international architects, ARM, for the Home of the Arts (HOTA) Art Gallery, which spans six levels, with over 2,000m2 of AAA rated, international standard exhibition space. Further to the detailed internal acoustic design provided by Trinity, the coexistence of the HOTA Outdoor Stage Amphitheatre, adjacent […]

St Laurence’s College theatre acoustics

How we helped Trinity was an integral part of the design team for the Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre (ERPAC), which was designed to seat the entire St Laurence’s College. This made it the only 1,500 seat theatre in Brisbane, and its larger-than-normal width and height presented significant acoustic challenges. The acoustic design considered many […]

University of Queensland construction vibration

How we helped The University of Queensland (UQ) was concerned about vibration impact from scheduled demolition/construction work, and its potential to compromise the integrity of sensitive equipment in the adjacent critical services data centre building. Trinity was engaged to provide professional advice to assist in meeting the University’s vibration requirements for its data centre. Given […]