Usually, vibration impacts identified during the preliminary stages of the project need to undergo a detailed analysis during the final design. Final design activities will generate the geotechnical information needed to define the impact assessment and allow the most detailed consideration of vibration mitigation measures if required. Detailed vibrational analysis is best accomplished during the final design of the project.

Vibration inside the buildings can affect the people and sensitive equipment such as in hospitals, broadcasting units, religious institutions, etc. The standards laid down are meant to protect these structures and activities inside from train noise and vibrations. Vibrations from the transit system route result in buildings shaking and rumbling sounds being heard. Other effects include perceivable movement of the building floors, the rattling of windows, shaking of items on shelves, or hangings on walls. In extreme cases, the vibration can cause damage to buildings. Annoyance from vibration often occurs when the vibration exceeds the threshold of perception by only a small margin.

Veneklasen had successfully undertaken projects in Goa and Safdarjung that incorporated noise and vibration monitoring through the deployment of sophisticated measurement equipment on-field. Recommendations were provided for these projects by the Veneklasen team during the initial design stages which ultimately led to cost-effectiveness and efficient project designs for the client.