City TM | Company Open day showcases progression and capability
On Friday 16th September 2022, City TM will proudly deliver its inaugural showcase event to the highways sector, as the company welcomes you to join as it hosts at Shendish Manor, Hemel Hempstead.
From 9am until 4pm, City TM will be taking you behind the curtain alongside a number of its equipment and tech partners.
Over the last 3 years, City TM has seen significant operational change. A business that just 5 years ago was known solely for its high-quality highways training provisions, is now an established contractor delivering a broad range of traffic management services across the south of England. The evolution has been rather rapid, and City hasn’t neglected its training roots – continuing to deliver its spectrum of courses into the industry.
At Shendish Manor, City TM will showcase where it stands in 2022, how it is continuing to evolve as the industry requires and display its entire range of operational capabilities to those in attendance – all delivered in an informal networking setting. There will also be lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
We spoke to Mat Field, City TM Managing Director about what’s to come:
“It’s a big day for us as, as much as I feel that as a business we’re ‘known’ in the sector and have some great history being 13 years old this year, it’s the first time we’ve invited the eyes of the sector to really come and look at us as a business. That said, the way we’ve evolved and the operational capability we possess means we’re really proud to welcome all visitors to Shendish Manor.
“The more recent development of City TM as a contractor has grown incredibly quickly, so we’re hoping to open a few eyes and drop a few jaws when it comes to the realisation that we are far beyond a start-up operation when it comes to contracting. I’m looking forward to seeing new and old faces alike, as we embrace the opportunity to have people with us in person following what’s been a tumultuous few years for networking and face-to-face interaction.”