June 18, 2012

J-J Hooks Easily Passes Demanding Crash Tests

Midland, Va. - Easi-Set Worldwide announced today that its highly successful J-J Hooks barrier system has successfully passed both bolted-down and pinned-down MASH Test Level 3 crash tests (MASH - Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware) out performing other comparable systems. The tests were performed by the Texas Transportation Institute of College Station, TX - a nationally recognized certified testing facility.

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July 19, 2011

J-J Hooks Highway Barrier Approved by New Jersey Turnpike Authority

Midland, Va. -Easi-Set Worldwide recently announced that its J-J Hooks safety barrier received approval from the New Jersey Turnpike Authority for use as a direct substitute for their current standard temporary concrete construction barrier. J-J Hooks is available in 20’ lengths and has a New Jersey shape cross-section. The available configurations match the details shown on NJTA standard drawings TP-24 and TP-25. J-J Hooks is manufactured locally by Jersey Precast Corp. of Hamilton Township, a licensed Easi-Set producer.

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March 10, 2010

J.E. Hill Awarded $4.5 Million Contract To Provide J-J Hooks Highway Barriers For I-595 Improvement Project In South Florida

Midland, Va. - J.E. Hill Precast, manufacturer of the J-J Hooks barrier connection system, has announced its involvement in a major highway improvement project along I-595 in South Florida.

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April 13, 2010

Concrete Safety Systems Provides Barrier For Vehicle Deterrence During Nuclear Security Summit

$250,000 Contract Calls For 5,400 Linear Feet of Barrier To Enforce Road Closures In Support of Event Security

Midland, Va. - Concrete Safety Systems is providing 5,400 linear feet of the company’s precast concrete barrier to help control the flow of vehicles in Washington during this week’s Nuclear Security Summit.

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July 9, 2009

Capitol 4th of July Celebration featured J-J Hooks Barrier

Midland, Va. - Concrete Safety Systems, which rents J-J Hooks concrete barriers, provided 1,320 linear feet of precast concrete security barrier to the National Park Service in Washington, D.C. for their Independence Day celebration.

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