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QMS HyperGrip™ Keeping Drivers Safe on the SDLR

Published - 16th Dec 2015
QMS HyperGrip™ Keeping Drivers Safe on the SDLR

The South Devon Link Road opened under convoy in the early hours of yesterday morning in preparation for the busy Christmas period.

As a prestigious local Road Marking and Specialist Surfacing contractor, Quality Marking Services Limited (QMS) was awarded the contract for the Line Marking and High Friction Surface Treatment on the South Devon Link Road earlier this year. With our brand new High Friction Surface Treatment, QMS HyperGrip™ recently launched into the market, we were able to deliver a high performance, high friction surfacing solution in conjunction with line marking and the installation of road studs which provided a complete service offering to the principal contractor, GallifordTry.

Road Marking, Reflecting Road Studs and High Friction Surfacing are always the last disciplines on a Highway Scheme and a project of this scale can be challenging for all contractors involved, particularly when the weather is not favourable! December has been an especially gruelling month on the Link Road due to poor weather conditions hindering progress. This has seen multiple contractors on site, battling the elements and working through the night to meet the project deadlines.

Speaking of the project, QMS Operations Director, Greg Clark, said. “Throughout the project, our skilled and committed crews worked closely with the client and other contractors to ensure the tight deadlines were met in advance of yesterday morning’s grand opening. We are extremely proud of our involvement in the construction of the link road and would like to say a very special thank you to all our crews and supply chain for ensuring the delivery of this high profile local project.”

To discover more about how QMS can support your upcoming contracts, please get in touch.

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