The Services We Offer

Temporary Traffic Control

Whether you need a jobsite set up once and maintained for the duration of the job, or set up and removed on a daily basis, we can help. We can work with State & Local Inspectors to satisfy their requirements and your needs.

Through our Branches, Sussex Protection Service, mobilizes its resources needed to get your job done regardless of size and scope and provides local service you can rely on. Our Traffic Control Managers are thoroughly trained and certified by ATSSA and bring the highest level of skill andare well versed on the ins and outs of traffic safety rules & regulations so you don't have to be. Our certified traffic safety personnel include certified flaggers, traffic control managers and traffic control technicians. On all levels of roadways, SPS can provide lane closures, road closures, detours, and traffic shifts. All work is done in compliance with state and local agency requirements. Contact your local SPS Branch on your next project no matter how small or large. Our team of Traffic Control Managers will help you select the right solution to complete your job safely, on time and on budget

Traffic Plans

SPS has a team of professional Traffic Control Plan designers. We can put together plans for clients with speed and accuracy with software. SPS can handle traffic control design and planning for your next job in order to protect the general public, motorists, public entities and other service providers. We can provide a traffic lay-out plan indicating devices, time and duration of equipment use, along with any details you require. All traffic control plans and roadway signs conform to the MUTCD.

Certified Flaggers

SPS works in conjunction with its sister company Sussex Protection Flagging, LLC (SPF) in providing trained and certified flaggers by ATSSA. When you hire certified flaggers through SPS, you can count on SPF team to be punctual, polite, and extremely knowledgeable. SPF flagging members will arrive at your location with safety gear, radio communication, and stop/slow paddles.