Temporary Construction Sound Barrier Wall Fence
Heavy construction projects are often located near sound sensitive residential and office suites. Large equipment used in construction activity such as demolition, horizontal drilling, pile driving, and earth-moving generates noise that can be a nuisance to the community. To reduce the impact of the construction noise, owners, engineers, and project managers typically install temporary fencing for security and safety of the construction site. The temporary fencing also serves as the structure to support sound barriers. This eliminates the need to erect a separate support structure or self-supporting noise control.
Our temporary sound barriers are engineered, designed, and manufactured specifically for noise control applications. These rugged and durable sound blankets, or sound curtains, have several different assembly options depending on the client’s specific sound control needs. Temporary sound barrier blankets are made for ease of installation and to the client’s specified height requirements. The exterior facings of the temporary curtains can withstand very harsh environments and are designed to last through five years of continuous outdoor use.
Common applications for use of temporary construction sound barrier wall fences:
- Horizontal drilling or directional drilling for piping and geothermal heating systems
- Highway bridge refurbishing and painting
- Pile diving
- Dewatering pumps and gas compressors
- Oil drilling
- Any type of building construction in a residential area
Our temporary construction noise blankets have been used on hundreds of job sites in all areas of the country including the major metropolitan areas of New York City, Washington, DC, Boston, Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle, Chicago, and Pittsburgh.
eNoise Control has many repeat clients in the construction field that come to us for temporary sound barriers or fences. We provide our clients with the service, delivery, and price to exceed their expectations. Call eNoise Control at 888.417.1903 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how we can help you with your construction barrier project.