Energy production based on the use of gas turbines (in single cycle or in combined cycle), is widely used in countries without a highly developed nuclear power plant fleet.

Such power stations make possible to have large production capacities within a relatively short period of time in order to satisfy the growing needs of the populations.

In many cases, these facilities base the very existence of the electrical network of regions or countries.

In other cases, gas-fired power stations are used to manage electricity consumption peaks when other modes of production, even at full capacity, are temporarily insufficient in view of increased demand e.g. due to exceptional circumstances.

Such installations involve very powerful thermodynamic rotating machine using fossil fuels being in particular gaseous (e.g. natural gas) or liquids (e.g. fuel oil, crude oil) whose noise emissions are very high and require means of preventing nuisance for the personnel of the power plant as for its neighbors.

ITS will participate in the construction of sound enclosures for two high-power gas turbines (more than 120 MW in single cycle, more than 190 MW in combined cycle) for a power plant in the Middle East.

The overall acoustic performance of these soundproofing equipment will be due to their ability to prevent the propagation of noise - very important in terms of sound power level: typically 135 dB (A) and very broad in terms of frequency spectrum: typically 20 to 20 kHz - towards the outside of the power plant, not only through its wall and roof, but also through the components of the sophisticated ventilation systems required for proper operation.

The modalities of assembly and dismantling / reassembly of these equipments will be functionalities significantly impacting their quality and their durability, taking into account the site data (e.g. climatic conditions, seismic risks) and local building codes superimposing on international rules and standards being  otherwise all important challenges for such a project.