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Controlling Noise from Typical Site Equipment
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Controlling Noise from Typical Site Equipment

Noisy site activities: Specific challenges demand specific solutions

Certain typical construction site activities present very specific challenges when it comes to shielding both site workers and nearby residents from the noise generated. This paper examines these challenges and suggests how they can be handled. Although the challenges that each type of activity creates are very different, the fundamental principles of noise control are what each solution is designed to achieve: positioning the acoustic barrier as close as possible to the source of the noise, and blocking the line of sight between it and the people affected.

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