Steeped in a rich history stretching back to 1971, Hann Tucker Associates Limited (HTA) holds a reputation synonymous with trusted and reliable acoustic advice. Our enduring legacy is underpinned by a commitment to practical, cost-effective solutions, and a dedication to providing personal attention to each and every client throughout all stages of their project.
As one of the original names in the field of acoustic consultancy, HTA has built a respected standing in the industry. Our wide-ranging experience includes work with nearly every major developer, architect, and contractor in the UK, as well as involvement in major projects throughout Europe and internationally, showcasing our global reach and consistent performance.
From our headquarters based in Surrey to our branch office in Manchester, and further afield to our projects across Europe and the world, HTA is a true leader in the field. Our offerings cover a comprehensive range of sectors, from major building development design, to sound insulation testing and environmental monitoring, which includes noise, vibration, dust, gas emissions, and building movement monitoring.
Backed by over 52 years in acoustics, HTA is also committed to continuous improvement and advancement in to the future, fuelled by our dynamic Research & Development programme with support from our specialist in-house IT team. These elements combine to ensure that we stay at the cutting edge of industry developments, enabling us to provide our clients with the most up-to-date, innovative acoustic solutions.
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Our experience in major building development design is unrivalled and covers all building sectors.
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We have one of the UK's largest UKAS accredited teams for sound insulation testing (UKAS accredited testing laboratory No. 4083).
We offer a full range of environmental monitoring services including noise, vibration, dust, gas emissions and movement.
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