Engineering Services

National Trench Safety provides a range of comprehensive engineering services by some of the industry’s most recognized engineering professionals.  NTS has a dedicated in-house engineering division devoted to meeting the needs of our customers as well as researching the latest trends in the industry to ensure we continue to offer innovative products and solutions to meet the needs of our customers.  Our engineering team specializes in site specific trench safety plans, site specified engineered trench safety systems and traffic control plans.

Trench Safety Engineering

Pictures 4As underground projects continue to increase in scope, depth and complexity the benefits of a site specific trench safety engineering plan have never been more pronounced.  While OSHA requirements mandate a site specific trench safety plan stamped by a Registered Professional Engineer in some circumstances, there are also productivity benefits to exploring the use of an engineered site specific plan on many projects that fall outside the OSHA requirement.
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Traffic Safety Engineering

Lane ClosureAn engineered traffic control plan is a great mechanism to manage the safety needs of a project and limit the risk associated with work on major roads and highways.  NTS provides a comprehensive engineered traffic control plan service to ensure the safety of workers, pedestrians and drivers.
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Site Specific Engineered Systems

Sheeting and Hydraulic Brace ProjectSite Specific Construction Engineering is an extension of NTS’ industry leading Trench Safety Engineering Services.  Site Specific Engineered Systems entail the customization and modification of popular trench safety equipment to meet unique, specific jobsite challenges to promote safe, productive work.  Site Specific Engineered Systems are commonly employed where tabulated data does not cover the conditions, including crossing utilities, poor soil conditions, the presence of adjacent structures, and a combination of tabulated shoring equipment and sloped conditions within the same shored excavation.
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