Pakenham Acoustic Noise Wall

Acoustic Noise Wall – Lakeland Estate Pakenham

Project Summary

  • Supply & Install – 920 Metres Acoustic Ply Noise Wall
  • Acoustic noise wall to be built to Vic Roads specifications
  • The plywood timber noise walls starts at 2.0 mt high and stepping up to 7.0 mt high in various locations for a length of 920 lineal metres
  • The fence runs along the freeway and installed within Vic Roads land reserve

Master Builder: The Corcoris Group

Background

Lakeland is a large land development site based in the new Pakenham district on Henry Rd. The Estate and will feature 8 hectares of regional reserve including sporting grounds and open parkland. With only a 350m walk to the new Cardinia Railway Station and easy access to the freeway, Lakeland Pakenham is perfectly positioned with connectivity to the CBD and Pakenham Town Centre. Pakenham has become a major growth area in south-eastern Melbourne as new housing developments have boosted its population and infrastructure.

Solution

We successfully designed, engineered, manufactured and installed a Vic Roads compliant 920 metre acoustic noise wall ranging in heights of 2 metres right up to 7 metres.

Specifications

Hot dipped galvanised steel universal columns set into reinforced concrete footings.
The Acoustic ply is core treated ply and 33 mm thick .
The fence has a colour bond capping fitted to protect top the edge of the acoustic boards.