TAG has begun the installation of crash rated equipment at an important facility in VA. The installation will be complete around the end of December.
TAG was awarded a project in New Jersey to replace existing traffic arms with new intelligent traffic arms. The project will be completed in December of 2015.
Our service men and women are the lifeblood of this country and we owe our freedoms and way of life to them. From everyone at TAG, we say thank all who have served and urge everyone to spend time acknowledging the Veterans you run into today. Happy Veteran’s Day!
TAG has been awarded a large upgrade project in PA. It will include multiple new barriers and advanced controls. The project will be complete in 2016.
TAG continues its work on a very high profile and important project in Nebraska. The location will require the high quality and reliable products and programming. The design is underway now and TAG plans to implement the items in 2016.
TAG has been awarded a new barrier project in the Mid West. The project is currently in submittals but will be completed in 2016. It includes (6) new barriers to replace old existing hydraulic Intertex products.
TAG has been awarded an upgrade project on the West Coast. It will include some high level programming and integration for existing products. The goal is to increase reliability and reduce potential accidents.
Today, TAG remembers and prays for all of those lost during the 9/11 tragedy.
TAG has been awarded a complex programming and integration project on the East Coast for a private customer. The site will be installing hydraulic barriers but TAG will add high end integration and programming such as bi-directional lanes based on a GPS provided time, event recording, fiber based network and high tech 15″ touchscreens. This…Details
TAG has been awarded its 4th project on the West Coast for a location that currently has hydraulic barriers installed. TAG will facilitate the removal of the existing units and the installation of new M50 Electric Barriers with specialized programming and controls. The project will be completed by month’s end.
This is why it is important to properly design, install, program and integrate your barrier/bollard systems:
TAG is due to install new electric barriers and a full ECP system at a location on the West Coast. It will be a replacement of existing hydraulic barriers.
From everyone at TAG, we wish you a safe and happy 4th of July. Remember the reason for the Holiday!
TAG has been awarded a large project for multiple ACP gates in Virginia. The project will be completed in 2015.
TAG will be replacing hydraulic bollards with new intelligent electric barriers. Contact us for more info.
TAG has added additional contracts to its growing division. Customers are enjoying the prompt feedback, quality service, and knowledge that TAG’s team provides on a daily basis.
TAG has won another project on the West Coast which includes removing existing hydraulic bollards and replacing them with M50 electric barriers. The customer has implemented these upgrades at three other gates and they have been extremely pleased with the reliability and durability of new products and integration.
TAG supplied and installed new electric barriers and gates to a location in California with custom controls and integration. It was another successful project completed on time and within budget.
TAG recently completed a large project on the East Coast which involved removing old hydraulic products, installing new electric barriers, touchscreens, traffic lights, traffic arms, TAGlink items, high level integration,etc. In TAG fashion, it was completed on time and without issues.
TAG attended the ISC West show for another year and enjoyed its many impressive exhibitors and attendees.
TAG has added 4 additional contracts to its healthy list of service/maintenance customers on the East Coast.
TAG is to travel to various states throughout the US to upgrade vehicle barrier systems. The project will be complete by May of 2015.
TAG is awarded an ACP upgrade project in VA. This project includes the addition of all ACP related signs and signals, a TCU, safety devices and programming. This project should be complete in May 2015.
TAG will be working on a vehicle barrier upgrade project in the DC area. The project will complete in one month.