May 20, 2009

TIC Receives Extensive Training for J-J Hooks Barriers

Savannah, GA - TIC of Savannah, Georgia, recently received extensive in-plant production training for its latest product, the J-J Hooks highway traffic safety barrier. The training focused on the efficient set up, pouring, removing and yarding of the J-J Hooks barriers. It included in-plant, hands-on instruction related to ensuring Easi-Set’s quality standards from the welding of the J Hooks to the cleaning and care of the precision steel molds.

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March 12, 2009

Roman Stone Construction Company to Produce J-J Hooks Safety Barriers

Midland, Va. - Roman Stone Construction Company of Bay Shore, New York, announced that it will produce the J-J Hooks traffic barrier connection system in its Bay Shore plant. The Easi-Set Industries proprietary J-J Hooks positive connection system has become a “standard” on North American and international highways in recent years and is the most widely used private connection design in the United States.

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January 20, 2009

J-J Hooks Precast Concrete Barriers in Place for Presidential Inauguration

 Midland, Va. - Smith-Midland Corporation which rents J-J Hooks concrete barriers, provided three miles (17,000 linear feet) of precast concrete security barriers to line the parade route in Washington, D.C at the Inauguration for the 44th U.S. President.

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March 5, 2009

Smith-Midland Awarded Largest Single Barrier Contract

 Midland, Va. - Smith-Midland Corporation of Midland, Virginia, was recently awarded the contract to provide 87,000 linear feet of J-J Hooks Highway Traffic Barrier for use on the I-495 HOT LANES Project in Fairfax County, Northern Virginia. This is the largest barrier order ever received by the company.

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January 3, 2009

JJ Hooks Precast Concrete Barriers in Place for Super Bowl Sunday

 Midland, Va. - J.E. Hill Precast which manufactures, sells, and rents J-J Hooks concrete barriers, provided 11,000 linear feet of precast concrete security barriers for use in Tampa at the Super Bowl celebration.

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