Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Project Update: Additional Sound Fencing Installed on Tissiack Way

As construction continues in Fremont, homeowners along Tissiack Place may have noticed the installation of additional sound fencing along the perimeter of the work area. The taller fencing was installed to ensure that noise disturbances to the residents are softened and dust does not escape our construction area.

These polymer sound walls will remain up for the duration of the project and have proven to be effective in reducing construction-related noise on past construction projects.

Learn more about the polymer sound walls.

Keeping Businesses Informed

Last week, the SFPUC communications team spoke with business owners and delivered information packets by hand to keep nearby businesses informed about upcoming construction activities that may affect deliveries due to the project’s on-ramp closures.

The Mission Blvd. corridor is home to a vibrant range of businesses including retail stores, office parks and restaurants.  If you are an employee of a business in the vicinity of the Mission Boulevard and I-680 interchange or live in the Warm Springs neighborhood, register your email in the right-hand column to receive timely traffic-related updates.

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