Eurovia Surfacing | Eurovia Surfacing teams continue to deliver critical works for Highways England
Eurovia Surfacing teams have been maintaining critical operations on the Strategic Road Network to support Highways England in delivering its programme of essential works.
Working with strategic supply chain partner Tarmac, Eurovia Surfacing have been delivering essential maintenance to parts of the A3, working through the night to ensure these critical road improvements are completed efficiently.
Extensive practical measures have been taken on-site to ensure that the works can be carried out safely and that operatives are protected. Social distancing rules and additional health and safety protocols have been introduced to create the safest possible working environment.
Such measures include, operatives arriving on site in individual vehicles, staggering safety and operational briefings, remaining at least two metres apart at all times and increasing the number of available hand washing facilities. Despite the challenge of revising the way Eurovia teams work, they are still delivering the required works with within normal time scales and to the expected standard.
These critical operations, undertaken on behalf of Highways England, play a vital part in the national effort to support key public services, such as the NHS, and keep our country moving during this challenging period.
Phil Skegg, Managing Director of Eurovia Contracting, said: “Our teams are going above and beyond to deliver essential maintenance to our highway network and are developing new ways of working to ensure that this is done in the safest way. Our strategic partnership with Tarmac has enabled us to support Highways England in delivering this critical programme of works. I am proud of everything that our key workers are doing to keep our key public services and our country moving at this time.”
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