Noise Control is an important aspect to consider when building large stretches of road near residential areas. Not only can it help us litigate legal issues regarding our project, however the use of Noise Control structures also promote good design practices that reduce noise pollution for the environment.
Effective Noise Control comes down to the efficient placement of noise resistant walls or structures along our roads. Our walls can comprise of high columns of concrete in the form of structural form liners, however there are also materials that sufficiently absorb noise and vibration in an effective and cheap manner.
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