Sirhowy Enterprise Way - DBFO
Sirhowy Enterprise Way have just completed a six year Contract with Golden River Traffic Ltd to provide and maintain seven Traffic Measuring Equipment sites on the Project Road, during which time there have only been two instances where the equipment has become unavailable. GRT have always been most proactive in identifying any equipment malfunctions and implementing measures to rectify the problems, which has resulted in data loss being kept to a minimum. In addition GRT have closely adhered to monthly reporting requirements and verification dates, with good working procedures demonstrated that have enabled SEW Ltd and our client Caerphilly County Borough Council to establish a positive and trusting working relationship.
Based upon the established rapport with GRT and their proven track record over the last six years, SEW have recently negotiated a further Agreement to reappoint GRT as Traffic Measuring Equipment Contractor for the remainder of this DBFO Contract, which expires in January 2034.
In addition to the SEW Contract, GRT also provide services to other projects in the John Laing portfolio, two of which have also negotiated Agreements for the remainder of their respective concession periods, providing both parties with financial certainty and assurance of sustained work.
The GRT team led by James Turner as Contracts Manager and supported by Tessa Mills as Field Service Co-Ordinator, have demonstrated a high level of service which we expect to see continue during the new Contract.
Neal Devoil, General Manager John Laing Investments Ltd.
On UK installations, our SolarLite road stud has cut accident rates by up to a staggering 70%.
We are also proud to have won the following awards:
Prince Michael International Road Safety Award - 2004
Awarded jointly to Astucia and Tenix (Australia) for recognising acheivements and innovations that will improve road safety. Both organisations were working in partnership striving to deliver road safey enhancements and systems.
Highways Excellence Award for Road Marking Project of the Year - 2008
Awarded for an Installation of Astucia Solarlite road studs on the A4226 Five Mile Lane nr Barry on behalf of Vale of Glamorgan Council for achieving a 72% reduction in night time casualties compared to the previous three years.
The Sunday Times Green Award - 2010
Clearview Traffic Group has been recognised in the Best Green Companies awards for its ecological approach and work towards helping local authorities meet their environmental targets. The award, presented by the Sunday Times, sets out to identify and celebrate the achievements of the top 60 British businesses that are striving to improve environmental performance. This accolade is recognition of the work undertaken by Clearview Traffic in improving both its own environmental standards and of the development of innovative products and services which can be used by Local Authorities in minimising their impact on the environment.
Carmen's Royal Logistic Corps Safety Award - 2010
Clearview Traffic Group were presented with the 2010 Carmen's Royal Logistic Corps Safety Award for our development of Astucia SolarLite road studs and our ongoing contribution to enhancing road safety. The Worshipful Company of Carmen's Royal Logistic Corps Safety Award honours outstanding contributions in the field of transport safety, of national or international significance.
Highways Excellence Award for Road Marking Project of the Year - 2011
The installation of Astucia Solarlite road studs, along with improved white lining on the A4128 nr High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire was highlighted by the Road Safety Foundation as the most “improved road” in Britain within their 2011 EuroRap report of road safety in the UK. The scheme was also the Winner of the “Road Marking project of the Year Award” at 2011 Highways Excellence Awards.
Highways Excellence Awards for Road Safety Scheme Project of the Year – 2012
Clearview Traffic, Jacobs and Telford & Wrekin Council’s installation of the Chetwynd Road Safety Scheme was presented with the "Road Safety Scheme Project of the Year" award at the annual Highways Magazine Excellence Awards ceremony in London on October 11th 2012. The award recognised the significant impact this project has had in improving road safety on the A41, Chetwynd.