PORT NECHES, TX – Hurricane Harvey left a trail of destruction as it made not one, but two landfalls in southeast Texas. One notable structure withstood the storm unscathed — a 45’ tall sound wall recently erected at a chemical facility in Port Neches, Texas, just east of Houston.
“Skeptics warned that such a storm would destroy any sound wall, regardless of the design.” states Patrick Harrison, President of Sound Fighter Systems.
“But we are proud, and relieved, to confirm that our 4-story SonaGuard noise barrier survived the storm unblemished.”
Sound Fighter Systems spent years designing the SonaGuard sound wall panels to achieve three primary objectives:
- Top-end acoustical performance
- Aesthetically-pleasing design
- Extreme strength & durability
“Acoustical performance can be confirmed in the lab, and physical appearance is self-evident beforehand. But strength to withstand Nature’s fury is more difficult to pinpoint on paper.” Harrison adds. “I would say that Harvey confirmed our hoped-for durability in the SonaGuard design.”
Contact Sound Fighter® Systems for more information and specifications on the SonaGuard system: