Two new members join LCRIG

Two new companies have joined the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) this week – RMS as an associate member and measure2improve as a partner member.

RMS was formed in 1947 and provides surface treatments. The company offer a range of solutions which meet public sector asset management requirements. They also provide specialist surfaces for the private sector.

Ian Miller, Business Manager for Highways, said: “RMS is pleased to join the membership of LCRIG and looks forward to supporting the excellent work being carried out promoting the benefits of surface treatment innovations; particularly surface dressing, microasphalt, proprietary treatments and the growing range of solvent based asphalt preservation liquids now available.

“RMS provides a wide range of standard, HAPAS approved and proprietary treatments which provide value for money preventative maintenance engineering solutions, exceeding client’s carbon reduction, public realm and enhanced environmental targets and aspirations.

“We encourage a partnership style of collaborative working with our clients, demonstrated through our joint accreditation to ISO44001. RMS has considerable experience supporting clients through our asset management consultancy; advising appropriate asset management solutions, supporting training initiatives, providing specialist advice as well as the option of acting as principal contractor.

The other company joining LCRIG this week is measure2improve – a dynamic, forward-thinking, customer-focused organisation which develops and delivers products and services to improve performance.

The company provide a complete range of consultancy, software and support services to help customers to capture, analyse and compare performance data, manage their supply chains and their health & safety activities.

NHT Account Director Sharon Andrews said: “M2i, as the administrators of the National Highways & Transport Network (NHT) are very pleased become a partner member of LCRIG. NHT has a wealth of data available from the many years of the Public Satisfaction Survey, CQC and PMF and are looking forward to working with LCRIG groups and members to help them use this data better. To support projects they are undertaking; understand what the data might be telling them; to develop the reporting of the data to be used in wider arena; to be used as evidence for bids and submission as well as helping them share good practice.”