There will be no tricks, just treats on the Blakedale stand at Traffex Road Expo Scotland (31 October and 1 November) as we showcase our growing fleet of self-drive Traffic Management (TM) Vehicles and unveil an exciting new partnership.
Road Marker Posts manufactured and supplied by Blakedale have been installed at the Queensferry Crossing, the newest addition to Scotland’s famous Forth Bridges. Images courtesy of Transport Scotland.
This week we are exhibiting at Traffex Seeing is Believing (SIB) at the Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground in Lutterworth, Leicestershire. Our team will be showcasing our three latest Traffic Management (TM) Vehicles designed to support and protect maintenance crews on urban and rural roads.
Blakedale's Road Marker Posts division has been making headlines again with an article highlighting the use of our Flexible Cable Route Marker Posts at five ScottishPower Renewables operated windfarms in Scotland and the North of England. The story has so far been published in the March IHE Technical Bulletin, an online publication for the Institute of Highway Engineers and on HighwaysIndustry.com.
Our Road Marker Posts division has branched out by supplying more than 6,000 Flexible Cable Route Marker Posts to five ScottishPower Renewables operated windfarms across Scotland and the North of England. Almost four years after installation these posts are still standing strong at Coal Clough Windfarm in Burnley (pictured).
Our Road Marker Posts division has been featured in the January IHE Technical Bulletin, a publicaton for the Institute of Highway Engineers. Joint Managing Director, Carmen Bowley highlights Blakedale's Advanced Warning Maintenance Indicator (AWMI) posts and the role these are playing in making emergency refuge areas on smart motorways highly visible.