Monthly Archives: December 2010
You have done a fantastic job! In particular your Engineer dealing with my scheme gave an excellent presentation at the recent planning committee and helped enormously in securing planning consent in difficult circumstances.
I would like to pass on my sincere thank you to you and your colleagues for all the commitment and support provided to us over the years it really has and continues to be appreciated. As far as I’m concerned Accent / LIFT Co’s have had the benefit of a super supply chain and it’s an absolute pleasure working with you all. Thank you.
We are pleased to announce we have today launched a new website at http://www.traffic-signal-design.com
The new website is designed to target potential Clients who may require assistance with Traffic Signal Design or any person who may wonder just-
How Do Traffic Signals Work?
Who decides where traffic signals should be installed?
What does ‘intergreen’ mean?
We have put together this website with a view to answering these questions and many more. Maybe you are a developer who suspects that you may need traffic signals on a new development, you may be a driver who would like to know more, or perhaps you may already be a Highway or Traffic Signal Engineer who wishes to check terminology and gain a further understanding into the operation of traffic signals.
This website is arranged to enable you to find out as much or as little information as you like regarding traffic signals.
Yesterday, 1st December 2010, our offices were closed mid morning due to the snow, today we are open as normal.
Due to the continued success of our advent calendar in recent years we asked our IT department to make this years advent calendar even more special, they have been scouring the internet for the best games to make your daily visits even more interesting!
Pay us a visit to check what game hides behind the door of the day and each subsequent day on the countdown towards the festive season, its live on line right now so why not take a look by clicking here?