DBi Services is a winner at the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards 2017. The company achieved the Silver award in the prestigious annual scheme run by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
Steve Womble, CNI, P.E. FDOT District Structures Maintenance Office wrote: A good example of a “win-win” event.
High Friction Surface Treatment (HFST) is an effective solution to saving lives and preventing serious injuries when it comes to the safety of those on our roads and highways as seen in this news segment from WLWT5.
DBi Services is delighted to announce award of a contract for the installation and maintenance of Superimposed Road Markings, Specialist Surfacing, and Road Studs by Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council.
DBi Services UK together with its operating company ATM, has secured a place on Highways England Area 1 & 2 South West Construction Works Framework, to deliver vegetation and soft estate management and maintenance services.
DBi Services has acquired the assets of Reforestation Services, Inc., under ownership of Debi and Stan Rogers located in Salem, Oregon. Established in the 1950s, the company specializes in vegetation management, primarily for the railroad industry in Western United States.
RoSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) celebrated their 100th year anniversary on May 25 with nearly 3500 guests from across the RoSPA family at royal tea party. Hosted by HRH The Duke of York and HRH Princess Eugenie of York, the celebration marked the achievements of the past century and look to the future with renewed vigour.
DBi Services was selected by the developer and engineering consultants for the National Harbor complex in Washington DC for one of the most intricate colorized pavement project installations ever undertaken. Using customized colored 100% recycled glass, the theme specified for the pavement colors at our Nation’s Capital was fittingly red, white and blue.
The DBi Services Woodrow Wilson Bridge Turnkey Asset Maintenance Services (TAMS) Project hosted a delegation from the Uganda National Road Authority (UNRA) on June 14. The focus of their visit was to learn about Performance-Based Contracts, and particularly the Woodrow Wilson Bridge TAMS contract.