New home for traffic management company in Warwick as it embraces hybrid working

Photo shows: Penny Robb with Richard Cook behind a car. Of course they would be, it's a traffic management company
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An independent Coventry company that specialises in road safety and traffic management has moved into new offices after adapting to new ways of working.

For more than three decades TMS Consultancy has been working nationwide on a variety of schemes from small residential projects to major motorway schemes.

Since it was first established, the business has been based at the University of Warwick’s Science Park at a number of its locations.

TMS Consultancy has now relocated to the Business Innovation Centre in Binley, also owned by the university.

The move comes after the team of 13 had to learn to adapt over the past year during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Jessica Waldron, director at TMS Consultancy, said: “At the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, like many other businesses out there, we had to learn to adapt and that is something that we have done.

“Our move came down to the fact that we can be a company that can offer hybrid working, so we can still have the office experience and have team members working from home as well.

“The nature of the business, which sees some of us out on site dealing with projects, means that we can offer that.

TMS Consultancy offers road safety audits, at varying stages of scheme design and implementation and training in the field of road safety, traffic management and highway design and maintenance.

Penny Robb, manager of the University of Warwick Science Park’s Business Innovation Centre in Binley, said: “We are so pleased that TMS Consultancy has decided to move into the Business Innovation Centre and is carrying on what has been a long and successful relationship with the University of Warwick Science Park.

“It is great to see that they have learnt so much over the past year and that they are still going strong and working hard to help keep our roads safe.”