January 5, 2021

PennDOT Approves J-J Hooks MASH Barrier for Bridge Applications

In late 2020, PennDOT approved J-J Hooks MASH TL3 temporary barrier for bolted applications on bridges and structures. The tested deflections, when bolted to concrete, were 5.9-inches. J-J Hooks is now approved as an alternate to PennDot’s standard drawing BC-719M, structure-mounted temporary concrete barrier.

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December 1, 2020

J-J Hooks goes big in West Virginia

J-J Hooks licensed producer Eastern Vault Company, Princeton, WV has started producing over 10 miles (53,000 LF) of MASH-rated precast concrete highway safety barrier for a major West Virginia road project.

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May 27, 2020

NCHRP Transportation Research Board Report - Synthesis of the Performance of Portable Concrete Barrier Systems

TRB report on Precast Concrete Barrier systems extolls the benefits of J-J Hooks MASH barrier connections.

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November 23, 2020

J-J Hooks barrier network grows in Florida

Easi-Set announced the expansion of one of its current J-J Hooks licensed producers into an established market area. After the successful launch of Mack Industries J-J Hooks highway safety barrier production in their Michigan based precast concrete plants last year, they have added an additional license for their facility in Florida.

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May 7, 2020

J-J Hooks MASH-tested Safety Barrier Acceptance Tops 40 DOT’s

Easi-Set Worldwide announced that their MASH TL3-tested J-J Hooks temporary precast concrete safety barrier can now be used in 40 states and provinces internationally.

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