The Echo Barrier system cuts noise from sites allowing work to continue later in the evening while minimising disruption to local residents and businesses.
Balfour Beatty already uses the barriers on some of its site and will now extend the relationship to include the purchase of the new H2 series barrier system and hiring deals on current sites.
The firm has also been named as sole supplier of acoustic barriers to Murphy.
Paul Mallorie, Group Business Development Director at Murhpy said: : “Echo Barrier technology is a leader in its field, and, as one of the most recognised names in the building and civil engineering industry, we want to ensure we remain ahead of the game at all times.
“This technology enables us to work later and longer whilst reducing any disruption to neighbouring communities.”