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Sep. 15, 2016

PBS NewsHour Features Per Reinhall and MCT

MCT Co-Founder Per Reinhall, PhD, was featured on PBS NewsHour September 14, 2016. Dr. Reinhall explained the technology behind MCT’s noise mitigation solution.   The story also featured WSD...
Jul. 11, 2016

MCT Featured on Crosscut.com

New tech could restore some quiet to noisy oceans by Samantha Larson Forty feet below the surface of Puget Sound, a marbled murrelet dives for its catch. The water is cold, dark — and incredibly noi...
Jan. 9, 2016

MCT Featured in Alaska Business Magazine

Our pile driving technology was featured in a recent issue of Alaska Business Daily.  There were several misconceptions* about our technology, but we appreciate the visibility.   *Misconceptions: &n...
Jan. 8, 2016

WSDOT Final Research Report Now Available Online

Underwater Noise Reduction of Marine Pile Driving Using a Double Pile The final research report from our 2014 full scale acoustic test in Commencement Bay is now available (finally).  Thank you for y...
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"By reducing underwater noise from pile driving by 20 dB, implementation of MCT’s technology could potentially reduce the Zone of Influence and required marine mammal monitoring, expedite consultation processes with the Services, and minimize construction delays due to the proximity of marine mammals."
Cameron Fisher, Biological Lead, 48 North Solutions, Inc.

Hear the difference

Recorded from hydrophone deployed at 10m during subscale testing of 8" steel piles in Seattle, Washington in 2013.

You are hearing 4 strikes of a standard pile followed by 4 strikes of a Reinhall Pile™. Notice the difference.