Washington Department of Transportation Symposium announces Breakthrough in Mitigating Marine Pile Driving Noise

Jan. 30, 2015

On Monday, February 2, 2015, WSDOT is hosting a symposium to discuss a new approach to mitigating pile-driving noise.  This symposium is dedicated to technology developed at University of Washington and available exclusively from Marine Construction Technologies, PBC, a public benefit corporation.


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"Reinhall Piles provide a much needed and environmentally beneficial innovation in the arena of marine construction. This technology can significantly reduce the noise mitigation effort and setup time, and is far more protective."
Michael Spillane, PE, President Herrera Environmental Associates

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.