ATM Ltd has become an associate member of the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG).
With over 40 years’ experience, ATM are proud to be one of the UK’s leading national contractors, providing innovative and collaborative, high quality solutions in Vegetation Management, Landscaping, Fencing, Ecology and Asset Surveying.
ATM strive to protect, maintain and enhance habitats, encouraging biodiversity, whilst remaining committed to reducing their impact on the environment, through safe and responsive practises.
Robert Whamond, Managing Director at ATM commented: “Membership of the LCRIG Group offers exciting opportunities for ATM to showcase our skillsets across various disciplines and to further develop our expertise and knowledge in the Highways sector.
“Our team are really looking forward to working collaboratively with the LCRIG Highway Community, sharing industry best practice, experiences and learning and creating mutually beneficial partnerships to enhance communities, and provide sustainable, safe and innovative solutions.”
Innovation | Collaboration | Environment | Our Work | 18 October 2021
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