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Mike Wallace, our Commercial Operations Manager, has recently taken on an cycling challenge to support Halton Haven Hospice. Mike embarked on a tough yet inspiring journey, cycling across four countries in just four days. This impressive feat was aimed at raising much-needed funds for Halton Haven Hospice.
In the realm of road safety, compliance isn't just a buzzword – it's a cornerstone. Ensuring that road safety products meet stringent regulatory standards isn't merely a bureaucratic obligation; it's a fundamental commitment to protecting lives and fostering safer communities. From gantry signs to road studs and from radar detectors to traditional reflective materials, every component plays a pivotal role in safeguarding motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists alike.
Highways UK recently hosted a panel discussion titled 'From bid to on-site: harnessing innovation throughout the project lifecycle.' The panel, which included Robert Tait, Sales Director at Rennicks, discussed the willingness of Local Authorities to embrace innovation and the barriers faced by both authorities and suppliers in this endeavour.
On a glorious day filled with community spirit and a passion for giving back, members of the Rennicks team recently participated in the Dublin Mountain Stroll to support the incredible work of Barretstown.
Robert, together with 30 of Kent's most influencial business leaders, slept out under the stars at Fort Amherst in Kent to raise crucial funds and awareness for the estimated 6000 veterans that are experiencing homelessness in the UK right now and in desperate need of shelter.
In the first of several company-wide developments, Rennicks has undergone a complete rebrand, implementing a striking and contemporary visual identity that better reflects the company’s leading status within their sector.
As part of our ongoing support for Barretstown, members of our Dublin and UK teams volunteered for a day over in Ireland at the Barretstown Camp.
At the start of this month, the team at Rennicks braved the hike up Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales.
Two Rennicks Off Grid Power Solutions (OGPS) have been installed at NYHighways to help them meet their environmental goals both now and in the future.  
Since the early 2000s Ian Thomas, our Business Development Manager, has been connected with Withymoor Colts AFC.
In this video, our Group Technical Manager, Sean Coffey, demonstrates the properties of two specialised overlaminates – Nikkalite Dewtect, and Nikkalite Anti-Graffiti Protective Overlay – Ideal for road signs.
We’re delighted to introduce Phil Smallwood, who joined the Rennicks team just over a month ago. Since he started, he has already implemented some significant changes and made strides forward in his role as Printer Maintenance Engineer.
We’re pleased to welcome Mike Wallace to the team as our new Commercial Operations Manager.
Highway Authorities in the UK have legal obligations under The Highway Act 1980 and Roads (Scotland) Act 1984, to firstly maintain the Public Highway in a safe condition but with an additional specific duty to remove snow and ice from the carriageway.
The existing weather station at Belmont is due a significant upgrade and in place of undertaking these necessary improvements the highways service has invested in two new innovative stations as a cost neutral solution.
We are a huge supporter of the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) and what they’re achieving.
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