Using hoardings to reduce the impact of construction

The external appearance of your site is very important to create a good impression to the local community.

Some sites use large, colourful decorations across their hoarding, whilst others choose to blend with the surroundings, to create a positive external image.

An example of how hoardings can create a positive site impression include:

  • Hoarding was to be erected around a grout shaft on a busy pedestrian street;
  • The hoarding was covered in an ivy wrap to mimic the look of the exterior of a building and also incorporated a pitched crash deck which reduced noise and protected operatives;
  • This was then felted over to resemble a roof, complete with gutters to reduce the visual impact further.

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