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.
Build noise control into your consultation and planning application, to help ensure that your event gets the green light. Call on our technical experts to help.
Arm yourself with better technical knowledge of noise control, to help you ensure that cultural events can go ahead and enrich your local community.
The Arundel Festival was getting bigger and better every year—but was attracting noise complaints. The organizers turned to Echo Barrier for an effective temporary noise control solution in 2013.
Despite 40,000 people flocking to the town that year, the organizers received tremendous praise for cutting noise pollution. They’ve used our acoustic event noise barriers ever since, and relationships with the local community are much improved.