National Trench Safety Announces Relocation of Seattle, Washington Area Operation

August 31, 2020

NTS has completed its third relocation within the last 30 days with the relocation of its Seattle operation to a larger facility located at 11022 East Marginal Way South in Tukwila, Washington. The new location moves the operation much closer to the Seattle metro area while also improving the company’s ...

National Trench Safety Announces Relocation of Denver, Colorado Operation

August 24, 2020

NTS recently completed the relocation of its existing Denver operation to a larger facility located at 4795 North Forest Street in Denver. The new location will provide increased office, warehouse and outside storage for the property. “Moving our Denver location was a necessity for us,” explained Ron Chilton, President of ...

Hydraulic Brace Paired With Sheeting Secures a Manufacturing Plant Storage Upgrade

August 10, 2020

Polyester manufactures provide vital solutions to various industries and markets dependent on polymer and polyester resources used in the production of finished goods. The polyester manufacturing process consists of a series of stages starting with compounding, which involves mixing raw materials under pressure and heat. Manufacturers have to incorporate storage ...

National Trench Safety Announces Relocation of Miami, Florida Operation

August 10, 2020

NTS recently completed the relocation of its existing Miami area operation to a new built to suit facility located at 3899 Ravenswood Road located in the City of Dania Beach, which provides direct interstate frontage and is across the interstate from the Ft. Lauderdale Airport. The new operation features upgraded ...

Contractor Completes Project on Time Thanks to NTS Large Rental Fleet Inventory

June 18, 2020

Upgrades and repairs to existing utility lines always remain a high priority among local and state authorities. Failing to properly oversee and manage these utility lines  can result in a catastrophic system collapse that may lead to flooding, property damages, and lawsuits. It is paramount to effectively perform routine inspections ...

NUCA Promoting Fifth Annual Stand Down for Trench Safety

June 11, 2020

The National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA) is promoting a National Trench and Excavation Stand Down to raise awareness of the dangers in excavation work to prevent injuries and death related to these hazards. As proud partners of the NUCA, NTS is participating in this outreach program to support the industry ...

Slide Rail System with System-80 Tiebacks Shores Multiple Fuel Tank Installation

May 27, 2020

Fuel tanks are vital to the daily operation of brick and mortar fuel providers across the country. These storage devices are generally installed below the ground and are connected to fuel pump stations above ground. Depending on various key factors, the total area of excavation for the installation of fuel ...

NTS Continued Response to the COVID-19 Developments

April 29, 2020

At National Trench Safety, we continue to follow closely the global spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and its potential impact on the communities where we work and live. As a core tenet, we remain committed to the safety of our employees, customers, suppliers and being a responsible corporate citizen. For the ...

NTS Successfully Showcased a New Shoring Product at the 2020 CONEXPO Trade Show.

April 29, 2020

The 2020 CONEXPO/CON-AGG trade show was a great success with over 130,000 registrations reported. The trade show is held every three years in Las Vegas, Nevada, and is the largest construction event in North America with a large presence of international attendees. CONEXPO/ CON-AGG provides’ a platform for companies looking ...

Steel Sheeting Guide Frame Fit’s the Bill on a Vault Installation

April 29, 2020

Storm water vaults are known as a detention and infiltration management system that helps control water runoff and prevent storm drain lines from overloading. Storm water vaults are normally used on areas where the existing infrastructure in place, or when newly added construction’s footprint, exceeds the current storm system capabilities. ...