NEW SOUTH takes care in planning temporary access in order to provide a safe, stable working surface. Scope of work, ground conditions, duration, and equipment loads are all taken into account before an access plan is designed. Our crews begin each day with a safety meeting, where we complete a JHA (Job Hazard Analysis) and ... NEW SOUTH creates Safe Project Sites for Your Crews.
NEW SOUTH will walk your project site to determine ground conditions, and gather critical information including your work scope, equipment requirements, repetitive loads, compliance and safety issues, budget and deadlines. Our Project Coordinator will consider matting options and decide the best solution for your job site. A NEW SOUTH access plan is the smartest route ... Access Plans lay the Groundwork for the Best Matting Solutions
NEW SOUTH crews laid this emtek Wetland Access System for seven structures in just one day. That is an extraordinary performance for most, but just another day for the highly skilled construction team at NEW SOUTH. Fast, safe and efficient, these guys earn your trust in the field every day. NEW SOUTH project managers and ... Wetland Access for 7 structures laid in one day!
Russell Holmes, Project Coordinator and Environmental Manager at NEW SOUTH, provides an explicit presentation of the benefits of using mats on project sites for ComEd and county officials. While using mats to provide a safe working platform and road is necessary, there are many advantages for utilities to protect the ground and the environment. Click ... The Benefits of Ground Protection
Mrs. Rees was the guest speaker for the joint November meeting of SME (Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration) and AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers) on Tuesday, November 11th, 2014. The topic was “The emtek® wetland access system, the Safest and Most Practical Temporary Roadway for Crossing Wetlands”. This matting solution offers engineers appropriate ... NEW SOUTH’s Stephanie Thomas-Rees speaks at the joint SME/AIChE meeting
NEW SOUTH crews start at sunrise in the Florida Panhandle laying the safest wetland access system to protect electrical utility contractor crews as they upgrade a transmission line that spans over 50 miles.
The first emtek® Type 3 Matting System has been installed as a platform for an oil rig in Columbia, South America! Scott Jones, Director of NEW SOUTH America, and highly experienced NEW SOUTH project managers provide their expertise to our crews installing the system. We are happy to announce that we were under budget and ... Emtek® Type 3 used on a rig site in South America
NEW SOUTH provides access for 38 mile rebuild of a 161kv transmission line in Minnesota. One half mile of this project is crossing a wetland to replace utility poles. NEW SOUTH utilizes different types of mats throughout this project site to meet customer’s budget, deadline and compliance constraints. Our project coordinator and managers work hand ... Multiple mat types were used throughout this project