Thanks for your question. I usually recommend uphill athletes a daily protein intake of 1.4g-1.6g protein/kg/day. The aim is to both ensure you are eating sufficient protein on a day to day basis (meeting this value) and to spread this intake of protein through out the day in approx. 4hr intervals (i.e breakfast, lunch, evening meal, recovery and / or pre bed). Aiming for approx. 0.4g/kg protein per meal. I would not be concerned re this’higher’ protein intake and any harm to health unless you had any pre-existing kidney dysfunction or are diabetic. Body builders are usually on around 3g/kg/day and research into these upper protein intakes and health have shown no harm to health (this also includes no detriment to bone health). There is no need for a urinalysis. Here is a link to a research paper that hopefully will provide you with further reading. Professor Stuart Phillips is one of the leading research scientists and experts in protein intakes, health, ageing and sport and is worth a follow on social media/reading his papers and text.
I hope that answers your question? Rebecca