Construction, in the philosophical sense, is often all about being bigger and better or first; getting there first or using improved materials, technologies and equipment. Construction is a good indicator of a strong economy and job performance. But when you get down to it, there are also some hard facts that highlight the negative side of the construction industry.
According to the US Department of Transportation, active work areas account for an estimated 10 percent of overall congestion and 24 percent of unexpected freeway delays.
Why? First of all, because we are accessible. Scheduling is a snap. Our fully automated and mobile accessible tool called CROSS, (Crews Resource Online Scheduling System) ensures that our flagging teams have access to all jobsite information, cancellations and scheduling changes. Our flaggers are fully trained and certified according to state regulations. Many of our flaggers have years of experience and they understand how to quickly define the four areas of a traffic control zone when they arrive on site
We do our best to make our process fast and seamless. We have great employees. We know our clients are counting on us to deliver the best flagging professionals to the job each and every time.”
Managing active work areas for construction activities has become the “bread and butter” of our business at Crews Control. We pride ourselves on the quality service we provide to many well-known construction companies in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. And because we are women owned and operated, we can often open the door to specialized funding from federal, state and local governments. Give us a call today and find out how to put our flaggers to work for you on your new project.