Our acoustic experts have designed temporary noise barriers and cross dampers that meet the unique challenges of demolition work. With industry-leading noise attenuation and exceptional sound absorption, our products help protect neighbors and workers alike—even in the most sound reflective zones.Find Out More
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Frequent exposure to loud noise can permanently damage a person’s hearing. Excessive noise from equipment is a particular problem for demolition workers—especially as surrounding materials like brick, concrete and tile structures exacerbate the situation. Our acoustic engineers will work with you to find an effective way to protect your workers and neighboring communities from the harmful effects of noise pollution and dust. We can advise you on the products you need to prevent sound bouncing off ceilings and walls when working inside buildings and next to high-rise structures. And we can help you find a mobile solution that ensures your temporary acoustic barriers can be moved close to the source of noise, no matter where it is on the site.
Our technical input can help you demonstrate your specific noise control plans for any noisy demolition work that needs to happen before delivering a new development.
You can rely on our advice to help you protect site workers and local residents from the harmful effects of loud equipment needed to carry out demolition works.
Getting developments going may first mean ensuring that workers and residents are protected from demolition noise. Get the technical information you need to be able to make this happen.