Hinkley Point C Park & Ride | Case Study

Posted by Hardstaff Barriers on 12 December 2016 | Comments

The Hinkley Point C Park and Ride facilities at Bridgwater, Junction 24 on the M5, include parking for 620 cars and bus parking facilities.

comment(s) | Read the full post

MASS Heysham Link | Case Study

Posted by Hardstaff Barriers on 14 January 2016 | Comments

M.A.S.S. was identified as an ideal solution for such a vast project due to fulfilling one of Costain’s key priorities; allowing workers to operate safely, efficiently and responsibly by ensuring they operate in an environment free from harm.

comment(s) | Read the full post

MASS Barrier in Worcester | Case Study

Posted by Hardstaff Barriers on 11 January 2016 | Comments

Ringway’s highway division was awarded the contract to install a new roundabout system to improve traffic flow close to Worcester’s historic cathedral.

comment(s) | Read the full post

MASS Barrier in Manchester | Case Study

Posted by Hardstaff Barriers on 28 April 2014 | Comments

M.A.S.S. Multi Application Safety System is delivering all of its operational benefits.

comment(s) | Read the full post

MASS Barrier & Manchester Metrolink | Case Study

Posted by Hardstaff Barriers on 28 April 2013 | Comments

Laing O’Rourke is part of the MPT design & build consortium delivering the current £900M Phase 3 extensions to Manchester Metrolink.

comment(s) | Read the full post

Railway Protection | MASS

Posted by Hardstaff Barriers on 28 September 2012 | Comments

Asset International, working with contractors and project managers at Birmingham New Street Station, have designed and fabricated a bespoke M.A.S.S. system enabling the station regeneration to commence safely.

comment(s) | Read the full post

The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea | Case Study

Posted by Hardstaff Barriers on 1 September 2012 | Comments

The high-profile project, which is worth approximately £25 million, is supported by Transport for London, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, the City of Westminster and it also sees an interest from the Mayor of London.

comment(s) | Read the full post