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Branching out

image L-R: Sergio Serrano, branch manager Randy Towns and Chris Trimble are ready to welcome customers to National Trench Safety’s new Fort Worth location.

DALLAS/FT WORTH - Construction in Cowtown just got safer. Houston-based National Trench Safety LLC opened its 32nd branch location in Fort Worth, strengthening its presence in the Metroplex markets.






    The company, which specializes in the rental and sales of trench and traffic safety equipment, trench and traffic safety engineering and OSHA-compliant training classes, operates in the United States and England. The newest dedicated trench and safety branch, located at 10301 Blue Mound Road, will mirror the company’s Irving location. Also located in Irving is NTS’ specialty location dedicated to traffic paint and ancillary products. The Fort Worth branch was added to better service contractors in the area.
    “Fort Worth is an important exten-sion for our Dallas operation to allow us to continue to service our customer base,” NTS president Ron Chilton says. “We’ve had very strong growth out of the Dallas operation since we’ve opened the branch, which is a testament to the service levels provided by the Dallas team. As we looked at the market, to continue to provide the service levels and response times our customers expect, we needed to add another branch location.”
    Serving as the new location’s manager is trench safety veteran Randy Towns, who oversees several employees and plans to increase staffing in the next three months.
    “NTS has developed a strong name in the greater Dallas/Fort Worth market over the years and this branch location will allow us to be able to better service our customers,” says Towns. “With the construction going on in the area and the delays traffic can create, it’s important to have a second location to be able to better service contractors working in the Fort Worth area.”
    Supplier National Trench Safety provides the construction industry with a complete line of trench and traffic safety equipment, as well as engineered solutions and OSHA-compliant training classes. –mjm

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Melissa Jones-Meyer dfweditor@constructionnews.net