TMS recently reached a significant milestone in the company's Road Safety Audit history; the 11,000th Road Safety Audit has been carried out by auditors Harminder Aulak and Andy Coleman.
Over the last 23 years TMS has developed an extensive client profile with numerous Local Authorities, Consultants and Builders/Developers on a variety of schemes on local and trunk roads and motorway networks throughout the UK, Ireland and overseas.
TMS continue to develop their safety audit experience by working on a diverse range of schemes including new motorways, road tunnel projects and complex grade separated junctions. Most recently TMS has worked on some major highways schemes in Doha, Qatar and continue to develop its world-wide reputation in Road Safety Audit. Harminder said:
"It was a pleasure to have been on the Audit Team for the 11,000th Safety Audit. Looking back, my first audit for the company was a junction improvement on the A1 at Grantham (in April 2001) and the 11,000th audit was a development access in Birmingham (August 2013). In between, I've audited everything from pedestrian refuge islands in Coventry to multi-level grade separated motorway interchanges in Doha, Qatar. It is this variety which keeps the job interesting."
For more information on our road safety audit experience and the service we offer then please refer to the road safety audit section of our website.