Tony Trup, BMus MIOA

Principal Consultant

Tony has significant experience in building and environmental acoustics. Having previously worked at two of the top practices in the UK, and he has been involved with projects ranging from design and testing single dwellings to luxury London developments with gross development values (GDV) exceeding £1billion. Chelsea Barracks and 8 Bishopsgate are just two of the projects he has been responsible for in recent years.

He was previously the acoustics project manager for the Design House for SCS Railways, responsible for the acoustic design and consenting process of the HS2 railway from Euston Station up to the Copthall area near the M25. He has also been responsible for organising and teaching acoustics to building services engineers.

Tony is a full member of the Institute of Acoustics and holds postgraduate qualifications in Acoustics and Sound and Music Computing.


Building design is a team effort, and thanks to our broad network and strong relationships with other designers and acoustic consultants, we are able to provide expertise to meet the needs of any project. Our team members have experience covering a huge range of consultancy. From advising Government and International Standards, to providing accredited sound insulation testing or interactive exhibit design, rest assured, we have you covered.

Why use Timbral Ltd.?

We have a proven track record of working planners, developers, architects and Local Authorities to support planning applications related to noise and vibration.

Our acoustic consulatants have engaged with Local Authorities on the topic of noise for projects of every size, from single dwellings to national infrastructure projects.

Our acoustic engineers have held senior positions at multinational engineering corporations, meaning you get an expert service without the overheads.

We are fully insured and are full members of the Institute of Acoustics, the national body for acoustic consultants.

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