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Barrier Systems Engineers Win ATSSA Award

November 26, 2012 | Download PDF

(VACAVILLE, CA) Showcased at the ATSSA 2012 in Tampa Florida, the TAU-II R from Barrier Systems Inc. won an ATSSA Innovation Award for being the first crash cushion engineered to be convertible.  The TAU-II-R System is available as a Reusable/Restorable System or as a Convertible Kit to upgrade existing Partially Reusable TAU-II Systems into Reusable/Restorable TAU-II-R Systems.

Lindsay Introduces FieldNET 3

October 17, 2012 | Download PDF

(Omaha, Neb.) – November 2012—Lindsay Corporation, maker of Zimmatic irrigation systems, announces the next generation of FieldNET wireless irrigation management.

Lindsay Introduces VISION for Laterals

October 17, 2012 | Download PDF

(Omaha, Neb.) – November 2012—Lindsay Corporation, maker of Zimmatic irrigation systems, announces the addition of VISION for laterals, automatic control for lateral irrigation systems.

Rainbow Project Press Release

October 17, 2012 | Download PDF

(OMAHA, Neb.) – August 2012—Irrigation and rainwater harvesting experts from Lindsay Corporation and its subsidiary, Watertronics, took a more artistic approach this summer with the patented SkyHarvester Water Conservation System.

Barrier Systems,Inc. Introduces The New “Convertible” Redirective, Non-Gating

October 17, 2012 | Download PDF

(VACAVILLE, CA) Barrier Systems, Inc., a division of Lindsay Transportation Solutions, Inc., Inc., announces the addition of The TAU-II-R™ System to its ever growing lineup of road safety devices.  The TAU-II-R System is available as a Reusable/Restorable System or as a Convertible Kit to upgrade existing Partially Reusable TAU-II Systems into Reusable/Restorable TAU-II-R Systems.

San Francisco Doyle Drive Project Utilizes Innovative Construction Safety Strategies

October 17, 2012 | Download PDF

The existing south access road to the iconic Golden GateBridge, known as Doyle Drive or Route 101, is being replaced. Originally built in 1936, this 1.5 miles of roadway that serves almost 120,000 vehicles daily is structurally and seismically deficient and has reached the end of its useful life. It is being replaced by a new structure called the Presidio Parkway that will transform Doyle Drive into a spectacular regional gateway between the Golden Gate Bridge and the city of San Francisco. Major design improvements include two sets of new tunnels, a spacious landscaped median, new safety shoulders, and traffic calming transitions to city streets that will result in a much safer roadway.

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