• Project at a Glance

  • Environmental Noise Control designed and engineered a 1,000 foot long sound and light barrier for the Tennessee Valley Authority.
  • ENC used STC-25 panels on our K-Rail Mounted Temporary Sound Wall to achieve results.
  • ENC provided installation supervision for this project in East Tennessee.

ENC was contracted by the Tennessee Valley Authority after a sinkhole, water seepage and “internal erosion” conditions were discovered at the Boone Dam in East Tennessee.

The TVA was concerned with the sound and light pollution throughout the rehabilitation of the Boone Dam, as operations and pumping units were required to work twenty four hours per day.

ENC designed and engineered a nearly 1,000 foot long wall to withstand 120 mile per hour wind-loads for the dam.

The sound and light mitigation design for this project utilized ENC’s STC-25 panels on our K-Rail Mounted Temporary Sound Wall system with a height of 16 feet.

ENC provided installation supervision for the barrier and it remains a successful, effective mitigation technique for the Boone Dam as refurbishments are in process.

ENC’s perimeter noise wall at the Boone Dam in Tennessee.

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