Premier Traffic Management
We represent over 35 years’ experience in all aspects of temporary traffic management work and are established as one of the market leaders in the industry.
From the design and implementation of large motorway schemes, including temporary road markings and TVCB, through to mobile lane closures, road closures & diversions, large scale events or temporary traffic signals. Whatever the situation, it requires its own level of expertise.
Premier is a customer focussed organisation, we believe in establishing long term business relationships where we can use our expertise to the benefit of our clients. This approach results in improved safety, greater efficiency and quality.
Premier is your “Partner in Safety”. We do not compromise safety or our reputation by cutting corners to reduce costs. Premier is fully committed to all aspects of health and safety for the workforce, clients and the general public. We believe in providing a quality service that reflects the image and integrity of Premier and our clients.
Communication is vital between Premier and their client to ensure their requirements are fully met and exceeded with competitive pricing, effective efficiencies during the contract and efficient and timely successful completion of contracts. To promote this Premier allocates a Project Manager to each contract which is your point of contact throughout the contract period.
Premier operates a 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year service.
- Sector scheme 12A - Static temporary traffic management on motorways and high-speed dual carriageways for schemes incorporating contraflow operations and/ or temporary road markings.
- Sector scheme 12B - Static temporary traffic management on motorways and high-speed dual carriageways where temporary road markings are not required.
- Sector scheme 12C - Mobile lane closure traffic management on motorways and other dual carriageways.
- Sector scheme 12D - For installing, maintaining and removing temporary traffic management on rural and urban roads. All works are carried out under a detailed site specific risk assessment and method statement.
All works are carried out under a detailed site specific risk assessment and method statement