The company was represented by Daniel, Jo Salmon, Dominic O’Reilly and Sophie Norville, and the team’s priority was showcasing the company’s surfacing solutions alongside a number of recent high profile contracts that are prime examples of collaborative working.
Tripod Crest gained significant benefits in both providing better clarity about the types of services on offer and the opportunity to understand the challenges and future innovation themes that our sector must tackle.
Daniel commented: “We enjoyed meeting current and new potential customers and promoting how the different parts of our business can service both current and future needs. These discussions have focused how Tripod Crest will manage and develop its planing services, planing aggregate sales, labour and plant hire, low loader and workshop maintenance services for future opportunities.
“We also welcomed the opportunity to meet with stakeholder and research bodies and share our experience and knowledge about how pavement maintenance works are planned and delivered. This has provided Tripod Crest with an insight into the importance of highway and pavement maintenance works in respect of community engagement, sustainability and social value.”
Hear group services director Jo Salmon’s thoughts about Highways UK first hand here.