Tag: acousticians

Keeping it very local

The larch posts on this wagon were cut from one of our own forest holdings at Aberhosen in Powys which is just up the road from us here in Bishop’s Castle in Shropshire. On their way down from there they will have driven past the site of the new by-pass at Newtown, Powys which is where,… Read more »

Noise reduction on the M1

This picture shows our Noisewall single side reflective panels currently being installed by Littlewood Fencing on the M1 in the East Midlands between Junction 23A and 25. This huge project is one by Costain Galliford Try Construction to convert this stretch of road into a Safe Motorway. The re-purposing of the hard shoulder to take running traffic of all sizes… Read more »

The virtuous circle of forestry and sawmilling

This picture sequence illustrates perfectly why Great British Timber is such a popular choice for construction and landscaping: it grows on trees and is thus entirely sustainable. That’s provided of course – as all UK forestry operators ensure – that the felled trees are replaced. By specifying Great British Timber from Ransfords you’re helping to safeguard rural employment in… Read more »

A sign of real progress

Here’s a sight for sore eyes. Thanks to meticulous planning, the first steel for our new Timber Treatment Centre is hoisted into place. We won’t tell you how many more to go, but we see this as a sign of real progress!

The sound of silence for some more Scottish residents

  This load of acoustic fencing panels is bound for developments adjacent to the M8 near Glasgow where housing and other facilities are built close to the road. The installation is being undertaken by Mulligan Fencing, who are one of the most respected contractors of their kind. Our panels are all tested in accordance with current relevant British… Read more »