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Crews lower the upper portion of the wall into place.The vertical planks of the wall are installed.The Carsonite planks are made of a composite that is strengthened with fiberglass and filled with ground-up tire rubber.
Neighborhood side of the installed noise wall near NE Longwood PlaceNeighbors chose the Dry Stack Stone pattern for the neighborhood side of Wall 4.
Neighborhood side of the installed noise wall near NE 92nd Street. Neighors chose the Ashlar Stone pattern.Highway side of the installed noise wall near NE 92nd Street.
The noise wall panels are delivered on large delivery trucks to the site. A large crane lifts a panel from the truck.A crew steadies a noise wall panel and lowers it onto the foundation.The panel is secured to the foundation.
Construction workers use a drill to make a shaft for the noise wall foundation.A crew lowers a rebar cage into a newly drilled shaft.Concrete workers fill shafts and set the rebar cages in place.