1. Janja Branković, University of Nis, Faculty of Mechanicla Engineering, Serbia
2. Predrag Živković, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Niš , Serbia
3. Dragana Dimitrijević, Faculty of of Mechanical Engineering, Serbia
4. Jelena Janevski, University of Nis, Faculty of Mechanicla Engineering, Serbia
5. Sanja Dobrnjac, Projekt, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Construction sites can make significant impact to the surroundings. Impact to the grounds and the underground waters is rutinely performed, but impact to the surrounding air is slightly more complicated and rarely done. Therefore, an analysis of pollutant levels, as well as solid particles impact to the immediate surroundings, will be presented in this paper. All construction phases – from the terrain preparation to the final implementation of the greenery will be considered. Special consideration will be given to the changing atmospheric conditions. Developing buildings, roads and similar infrastructures has signifcant temporary influence to the local air quality. Air quality monitoring can give us insight into the influence of particle and other pollution in the immediate vicinity of such sites.
As result, some guidelines and good practices on air quality monitoring and improvement will be presented, for new objects, as well as for the demolition sites. Ideally, an efficient system for air quality monitoring and control should be established on the basis collected data on the air quality, atmospheric conditions and particle analysis.
Energetics and Thermal Engineering