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Managing local roads in the coronavirus era

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Sign up for Tarmac’s next free webinar: Streets ahead - managing local roads in the coronavirus era

TARMAC’s new free webinar series is set to return on Wednesday 26 August with ‘Streets ahead – managing local roads in the coronavirus era’ going live at 11.00am.

Tarmac’s national technical director, Brian Kent, will be joined by Diane Ware, Wiltshire County Council’s principal technical officer, to discuss overcoming the challenges presented by Covid-19, talking about everything from the latest in health and safety guidance to new innovation and sustainability technologies.

The session will cover not only how to keep projects moving, but also how to develop and discover new ways of working, including the types of surfacing materials currently available to boost efficiency, cut emissions and improve air quality

Commenting ahead of the webinar, Diane Ware said: ‘This session is a great example of how highways professionals can still keep a focus on knowledge-sharing and collaboration, despite the lack of face-to-face interactions.

‘It’s important to stay connected and learn from each other and ’m looking forward to sharing insights into how we’ve adapted some of our approaches and working practices while continuing to look after our vitally important local road network.’
 
Registration for the webinar is free - click here to sign up.

The session forms part of Tarmac’s free ‘Accelerating delivery in the age of Covid-19’ series of webinars, which are considering ways that clients, contractors and supply chains –including those working across the local and strategic highways network – can work together to accelerate project delivery in the age of Covid-19.

 
 

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