Supreme Traffic Control is a minority owned company that provides quality traffic control services and flagger training nationwide. We ensure our flaggers are equipped and well educated to handle any situation to control heavy highway and all other state/city road closures.
We provide on-site traffic control experts and training services that focus on your precise requirements to deliver cost-effective solutions to a project of any size. We specialize in providing proficient and experienced work site traffic safety personnel.
Developing and maintaining a safe and effective flow of people and vehicles throughout a work site is critical to the well-being of the work crew and the public. We work closely with utility companies, utility subcontractors, road construction firms, telecommunications companies, vegetation management companies, municipalities and departments of transportation (DOT) to ensure a safe work environment for everyone.
Supreme Traffic Control is committed to work zone safety and offers expertise in traffic management for various types of construction and road projects. Safety in work zones concerns us all. From the workers going about their job to improve our nation’s infrastructure to the commuters and pedestrians passing through, a safe work zone ensures everyone gets home safely. The key to safe, quality work zones is well-trained, conscientious traffic control personnel.
We are certified through and members of the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA). Our flaggers are trained to exceed the acceptable industry standards. Traffic Control Technicians protect your workforce and prepare the work zone by setting up, managing, monitoring, and tearing down. We ensure that a safe and economical traffic pattern is achieved before project commencement. Our motto is “Your Safety Is Our #1 Priority!”
Our customers benefit from the efficient traffic flow which allows for prompt and cost effective project completion. Quality traffic control goes well beyond controlling when and where motorists should stop and when they should go. It also involves understanding and anticipation of changes in traffic flow, adjusting to the specific requirements of construction projects, applying a deep knowledge of the state standards for traffic control and having the capability to respond to emergency situations in basic and complex work zone setups.
-Floyd L. Edwards Jr., Owner/CEO