What is Site Hoarding?
Site Hoarding can be defined as a temporary solid structure that protects the public from a construction site or area of works. It offers a solid barrier that can also be used for advertising purposes or to blend into the environment and reduce the impact on the local area from the construction.
Site Hoarding is normally available in a range of heights but common ones include 2.4 and 3.0m. An essential part of security and safety at construction sites across the world, foundation free surface mounted site hoarding and dug in construction site hoarding needs to comply with both BS EN 1991 for Wind Loading and TWf2001 for best practice in temporary works.