How do we continue to adapt to Covid-19 challenges?

There probably isn’t a person in the UK that’s been unaffected by Covid-19 -whether directly through illness, or local or national restrictions to stop the spread. Throughout the pandemic, key worker status has kept the highways sector moving, as essential infrastructure works have continued. However, practice and protocols have had to change. Years of evolving…

WATCH: It’s three points of contact for a reason

It’s fair to say that sometimes even the most experienced of us make mistakes. Unfortunately, on our highways, errors can lead to severe accidents, personal harm, and in the very worst-case scenario, fatalities. Safety training is prevalent across the entire sector whether it be general site rules, manual handling, working at height or any of…

Innovative lighting scheme delivered in Area 10

Crown Highways has recently delivered an innovative major Lighting scheme Highways England in Area 10, with the installation of 22 new lighting columns which incorporate an innovative CU Phosco vibration monitoring system built in the column. The scheme is located on the M62 Rakewood Viaduct between junctions 21 and 22. This, amidst a number of…

Bridging the skills gap with a dedication to the 5% club

Bridging the skills gap and introducing a younger generation into the highways industry has long been mooted as an absolute must for the future of the sector. Many employers are creating opportunities via apprenticeship schemes to instigate this movement, and Crown Highways are a company recognising the importance of preparing for the next generation of…