BBS Company Profile
Learn more about who we are, what we do, our licensing business model, partners, road safety, security solutions and quality standards
BBS BsecB Product Brochure
An overview of BBS's BsecB Security Barrier explaining the key benefits, our carefully selected partners, PAS68 testing, Applications, Construction Methods, auxiliary options, aesthetic design variations, quality control and sustainability.
BBS CB Product Brochure
An overview of the BBS Concrete Barrier (CB) safety restraint system giving comprehensive information on the different CB profiles available, the benefits of choosing a BBS CB solution, CE marking, our licensed installers and environmental policy.
EC Letter re CE marking of In-situ Concrete Barriers
The official ruling from the European Commission on CE marking in-situ concrete barriers under EN1317.
Technical Construction File: Issue 6
BBS Technical Construction File: Issue 6 encompasses over a decade of vehicle restraint system design, the latest suite of CE certified drawings, datasheets and guidance documents which have been carefully produced to provide enhanced EN1317 approved solutions to highways industry requirements.
For a copy of the Designers Edition, please contact the BBS Barriers office at email@example.com.
Sustainability Benefits of CB
Explains why building BBS CB for use on motorways and dual carriageways is a sustainable form of construction, benefiting the road user by increasing safety, the maintenance workers by decreasing their accident risk and the environment by reducing congestion and hence CO2 emissions.
New in-situ concrete safety barrier – FAQ’s
A very useful illustrated and detailed list of questions concerning the concrete barrier, ranging from bifurcation and bridges through lighting and location to verge and working width. The answers, which are given in full, will help both contractor and decision maker.
Barrier Acoustic Study
Examines the effect of concrete safety barriers constructed in the central reserve of dual carriageways and motorways on the noise levels alongside the road. The result demonstrated that differences in noise levels alongside both concrete and steel safety barriers are negligible at a range of receiver heights.
New in-situ concrete safety barrier – Construction
This publication gives diagrams showing the construction of concrete steel barrier compared with the steel barrier and issues such as new and existing drainage, kerbs and gulleys, bifurcation, lighting columns and the wide barrier are covered.
Barrier Cost Comparison – Stage 1
A comparative costing analysis of concrete step barrier (CB) and other steel vehicle restraint systems for central reserve application. Stage 1 concentrates on the basic cost of barrier system, to provide a given level of performance.
Barrier Cost Comparison – Stage 2
This report is for Stage 2 of the study and considers the influence of different central reserve layouts, and central reserves where lighting columns are installed.
Barrier Cost Comparison – Stage 3
Stage 3 report presents costs associated with the following special features which may be included in a steel or concrete barrier installation such as transitions, connections to structures, terminals, bifurcation, drainage details, expansion joints, emergency crossing points and night working.
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