NIPOMO, CA – July 8, 2020 – After working for the State of Hawaii in differing capacities for over 25 years, Statewide Safety Systems recently won a new contract to continue providing services to the State Maintenance Division. The new contract to perform maintenance work on the island of Oahu replaces an expiring agreement where the company provided service for the last three years. The new contract for Project No. HWY-C-45-19 runs through April 2021.
Statewide Safety Systems provides 48-50 Traffic Control Technicians to support the various State crews working on structures (bridge repair), electrical (light poles), landscaping, roadway striping and pothole patches, plus some others.
“Statewide Safety Systems continues to provide quality and cost-effective work zone services to our customers,” said Don Nicholas, CEO of Statewide Safety Systems. “We are thankful for the confidence the Department of Transportation Highways Division has shown in us over the years. Statewide Safety Systems will continue to grow and bring innovative solutions to Hawaii, with the focus of being the preferred provider of choice.”
Oahu is Hawaii’s most populous island with 597 square miles and over 792,000 registered vehicles.
Said Dana Shaffer, President of Statewide Safety System’s Hawaii operations, “I am very proud of the team here in Hawaii, and their focus on the safety of the customer, community and each other. I’m appreciative to be able to continue our efforts to keep the motoring public and dedicated employees of the State of Hawaii safe.”
For more information on Statewide Safety Systems in Hawaii, call 808-847-4017, extension 1067.