Noise Barrier – Acoustic Walls Near Highways

Project Value: $0.75 million

Client: Queensland Government, Brisbane City Council and Private Developers

Service Provided: Construction, Acoustic barriers

Location: Various Location in Queensland

Full Project Description: Our team  was awarded the sub-contract to provide including;

For the past five years our team has been involved in a number of noise barriers and noise walls. Our team has been involved in Noise Barriers projects including:

  • Townsville Ring Road – Deeragum, Townsville Qld
  • Gateway arterial – Rochedale Qld
  • Hale Street- Inner City Bypass – Paddington Road Qld

An acoustic panel barrier otherwise known as a noise barrier is mainly used for noise reduction of highways, busy arterial roads, elevated composite roads and other noise sources. There are pure sound isolation reflecting sound barriers, and composite sound barriers combined with sound absorption and sound insulation. The latter is a more effective method of sound insulation as it functions as a wall structure designed to mitigate the effects of traffic noise on nearby residents. A facility is inserted between the source of sound and the receiver to make a significant additional attenuation of sound propagation, thereby weakening the noise in a certain region of the receiver.

We are prequalified for Design and Construction by the Department of Transport and Main Roads. Our sound engineers have capability of research and measure the audio decibel (dB) allowable for residential applications.

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