ATM Ltd, one of the UK's leading vegetation management, fencing, landscaping, and ecology contractors, is the latest highways company to become a member of Safer Highways, taking the total of new firms to have joined the organisation to over 40 since the start of 2021.
With over 40 years' experience, an extensive in-house resource of directly employed personnel and an impressive range of wholly owned vehicles and plant, ATM Ltd has evolved into a company with the infrastructure to handle large, complex, and demanding projects across a national platform as a Tier 1 contractor to such as Highways England, Environment Agency, HS2 and directly to major clients.
Speaking about joining Safer Highways, Jim Dawson, Director of Shared Services at ATM Ltd said: “ATM is delighted to have joined the Safer Highways family. After sharing a similar pattern of growth within the highways Sector to Safer Highways, we feel that our core values and aspirations around the safety of our workforce and the general public are aligned perfectly and we look forward to working with Safer Highways, our clients, and our industry peers to create a safer and more sustainable vision for the future. The particular focus on mental health, road worker safety and the constant drive for game-changing innovations make SH an industry leading movement, and one we are rightly proud to now be part of.”
Delivering proven innovative, sustainable, and safe solutions to its clients, ATM’s workforce carries the highest industry-recognised competencies and are fully ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 certified, ensuring confidence in all aspects of its service.
Kevin Robinson, Chief Executive of Safer Highways said: “I am very happy to welcome ATM ltd in membership. This is a company who has a shared vision of constantly looking to find different and more innovative ways of protecting those we put to work on our live networks-both national and local as well as building for a sustainable and safer future so that the UK’s highways sector is leading the way on improving our many health, safety and wellbeing challenges.”