Marston and DSD join LCRIG
Marston Holdings – the UK’s largest provider of transportation and enforcement services – has joined the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) as an associate member.
The company delivers a comprehensive range of design, build and enforcement solutions to 280 local authorities across the country, and
Keith Hanshaw, Client Services Director – Transportation, at Marston Holdings and Managing Director of Marston’s design and engineering consultancy, Project Centre, said: “I am delighted that Marston Holdings has become an associate member of LCRIG and that we are now part of a network that encourages collaboration and innovation to keep our roads and highways safe, smart and sustainable.
“We are looking forward to sharing best practice, our experiences and knowledge with other industry experts. We are hugely excited by the opportunities the membership will bring for our people and look forward to working with the LCRIG community.”
DSD Construction – a family run company with over 30 years experience in road surfacing, planing and maintenance – have also joined LCRIG.
Martin Tweddle, General Manager of DSD Construction Ltd, said: “We are delighted to become an associate member of the Local Council Roads Innovation Group. Having been in the highways industry for many years, we believe it is essential to continually develop innovative products and solutions to improve the safety, productivity, efficiency and environmental impact of road construction. Our collaborative approach means that we look forward to sharing best practice and innovation with other members and also to learn from other’s successes.”
LCRIG’s mission is to facilitate fresh thinking in innovation and collaboration and to act as a conduit between the ‘highways community’ consisting of politicians, councils, council groups, the supply chain (including utilities), associations, academia, key organisations and the media.
There are many benefits to becoming a member of LCRIG. For example, we provide each associate member with the opportunity to create a profile page on the LCRIG website. This allows them to share news, vacancies, videos, case studies and key information about their people and organisation. This service also allows associate members to view key information about council members and others in the restricted members area.
For more information on our different member types and the benefits of becoming a member visit the LCRIG website.