When it comes to roadway safety, Energy Absorption Systems, Inc. has been leading the way through innovative and cutting-edge technological breakthroughs in crash cushion impact protection for highway, work zone safety, and highway railroad intersections (HRI) since 1969. Crash cushion systems have been installed in all 50 states and in 60 countries. The company has been aggressive in the research and development of more efficient energy-absorbing materials and technology. Today, Energy Absorption Systems, Inc. offers a variety of impact attenuators, crash cushions, truck-mounted attenuators, and other products that utilize energy-absorbing materials, including sand, aluminum cells, elastomeric cylinders, and proprietary, highly-efficient steel and foam cartridges. In addition to crash cushions, Energy Absorption Systems also offers anti-icing systems and state-of-the-art flexible delineators. Energy Absorption Systems, Inc. is making the difference in roadway, work zone and highway railroad intersection safety.
"Highway Care Ltd are committed to the development and introduction of innovative safety products and services for the roads industry. Built on a track record of high quality and professional service, our excellent reputation is one which all members of our team are proud."
Blue Systems commenced operations in 1992 by supplying the fishing industry with wire rope products and began with the production of wire rope barriers in 1993. Our operations have expanded into several countries, and today Blue Systems is a road safety company specialising in road safety barriers.
Our business concept is to offer our customers simple and reasonably priced systems solutions for road safety. In order to guarantee quality from tender to complete system installed on the road, we have product-related quality plans in accordance with ISO 9002.
FHWA policy requires that all roadside appurtenances such as traffic barriers, barrier terminals and crash cushions, bridge railings, sign and light pole supports, and work zone hardware used on the National Highway System meet the performance criteria contained in the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 350, Recommended Procedures for the Safety Performance Evaluation of Highway Features. This website identifies all such hardware and includes copies of FHWA acceptance letters for each of them. In the case of proprietary items, links are provided to manufacturers' websites as a source of detailed information on specific devices. The site also contains an "Ask the Experts" section where questions on roadside design issues can be addressed.