Smarter highways come from seeing the connections.
The safety and functionality of a highway is dependent on a series of connected factors. Factors that may appear to be superficially unrelated but consequentially, affect the bigger picture. This explains why, while we are there mending the road, you’ll find us putting any downtime to good use. Without being asked, our teams will clean signs, cut back vegetation obstructions, even pick up litter. If we do this, someone else won’t need to.
We have saved the taxpayer hundreds of thousands of pounds – more if you consider the costs associated with an accident or the loss of a life - simple really.
This joined-up way of looking at the way we work is the result of our unique perspective: we are essentially engineers so we can’t help questioning everything, trying to improve processes and introducing technology that helps us do a better job.
To make our processes more efficient, we introduced the use of hand held PDA’s and digital pen technology. This simplified the capturing and processing of information, this is one application of how Building Information Modelling is part of our business approach to constantly improve the service we provide.
At times like these, when you are under continual pressure to achieve more on a reduced budget, without compromising quality, our smarter way of working makes us perfectly placed to deliver the efficiency and high standard of workmanship you demand. Using smaller teams of better-trained people.
It’s nothing new. In fact, for the past 25 years we have been demonstrating to clients up and down the UK, with a string of successful contracts, that BAM Nuttall Highways Services offers the same standard of service that you would expect from our civil engineering division.
Call highways on: 01606 350350
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