A13 Remotely Operated Temporary Traffic Management Signs

MSF worked closely with Connect Plus and Jackson Civil Engineering to install 16 ROTTM signs on the A13 between the M25 intersections on both the east and westbound carriageways.
Installation included all the motorway communication infrastructure, communications, power and fibre cables, terminations, splicing and testing, and bases including the mounting posts.

Value Engineering

On reviewing the design, MSF’s team identified that three of the cabinets specified were surplus to requirements, as three of the new signs were located close to an existing NRTS 600 cabinet. In addition to the £15k capital cost saving generated, this value engineered design has saved additional energy consumption as each cabinet requires a heater to maintain ambient temperature of 18°c in order to protect the electronic equipment.
Service:Technology
  • Client
    Jackson Civil Engineering
  • Value
    £400k
  • Duration
    6 months

"Mitch and the whole MSF team did a fantastic job - they are a credit to the company."

Noel Healy, Connect Plus