Lubbock Traffic Safety Equipment & Services
The most common non-rigid guardrail system is the w-beam guardrail, a hot-rolled steel rail having a w-shaped cross-section that is galvanized (zinc-coated) for corrosion security. W-beam guardrails are set up normally parallel to the highway on posts sunken into the ground, with completions of nearby rails being overlapped and bolted to the posts.
Road signs utilize shapes, colors, words, and symbols to convey a message to drivers. Without such indications, the flow of traffic would be disorderly and unpredictable. Virtually all traffic signs use retroreflective sheeting, which is designed to reflect a little of the light from car headlights back to the driver so that the sign will show up at night. Barricades Unlimited in Lubbock stocks and/or can produce all different types of traffic signs.
At Barricades Unlimited, we have experience in the management and construction of traffic control. Whether you need to rent equipment, close a lane, purchase traffic control devices, or need aid with a traffic control strategy, we’re here to help.
We make warning signs, building signs, stop signs, street signs, regulatory signs, safety signs, job signs, speed limit signs, school zone signs, and customized signs. Our long-term street signs are all made to meet or go beyond Federal and State MUTCD requirements.
Barricades Unlimited always goes the extra mile. Our commitment to quality doesn’t stop after the material is laid down. We use mobile retroflectometer technology to measure retroreflection and automatically save key data for verification of quality standards.
Barricades Unlimited provides hydroblasting line removal to rapidly eliminate old markings. Trust the full-service team that can oversee your task from start to finish. Hydroblasting is simply what the name suggests. It uses highly pressurized water to eliminate old paint and line markings from an asphalt surface area.
Barricades Unlimited Lubbock is a single-source shop that covers ALL your traffic devices, crowd control, and basic safety supply needs. From traffic cones and barriers to speed bumps, delineators, and bollards, from light towers and message or arrow boards, we carry everything.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, give us a call and our experienced safety personnel will help you. Our mission is to bring you the most professional quality security items, priced right, and backed by exceptional client service.
Currently, more than 295,999 people call Lubbock home. But in 1890 when two towns, Old Lubbock and Monterey, joined forces and developed Lubbock (named after Tom S. Lubbock), just 50 residents occupied the city. Lubbock was built on a flourishing farming market and made fantastic strides in the cotton market as well.
Lubbock comes from the simple beginnings of high grass and strolling buffalo when it was first discovered by the notorious Spanish explorer, Coronado. On his search for the “City of Gold”, he initially called the land where Lubbock now sits the Llano Estacado. Lubbock was formally named a city in 1902, which was the exact same year the very first train from Plainview entered the town. The brand-new town embraced the Lubbock name. The merger included moving the original Lubbock’s Nicolett Hotel across the canyon on rollers to the new townsite. Lubbock became the county seat in 1891, and was incorporated on March 16, 1909. In the exact same year, the very first railway train showed up. Texas Technological College (now Texas Tech University) was established in Lubbock in 1923.
Today, Texas Tech University brings the energy of a young college town into the friendly city of Lubbock. As a member of the Big XII Conference, the school provides numerous opportunities to watch excellent groups contend in football, basketball, volleyball and more. Aside from being the house of Texas Tech University, Lubbock is well-known for the musical acts that come from the city like Pal Holly or Waylon Jennings, great dining, museums, a rich art and culture scene but likewise for its friendly, hospitable environment. Lubbock County and the City of Lubbock boast an impressive list of archaeological sites. Read here to discover out more from the National Register of Historic Places.
Lubbock, TX, is number 12 amongst midsize metro locations and is found in the heart of West Texas. Lubbock is referred to as the “Hub City” for its central role in the area’s economy and academic and healthcare systems. It hosts the National Cowboy Festival, is home to the National Ranching Heritage Center, and boasts a low cost of living.
Barricades Unlimited found these conditions ideal for it’s home office and primary business location. It serves the traffic safety equipment needs of Lubbock and all of the other cities around the “Hub” area.
2002 Clovis Road,
Lubbock, TX 79415
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Tuesday: 8AM – 5PM
Wednesday: 8AM – 5PM
Thursday: 8AM – 5PM
Friday: 8AM – 5PM