Archive for the “Tips” Category

Event Contingency Planning

The Event Safety Guide (aka The Purple Guide) “aims to help everyone who organises music events so that events run safely”. In the document great emphasis is placed on contingency planning, a lot of it surrounding bad weather.  In the Transport section the guide states: Contingency planning is needed for bad weather conditions; this includes availability of […]

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Wet Weather Call Out

The recent heavy rain and flooding serves as a reminder as just how much the weather can play a part in what we do. Fortunately, the summer festival season has long since finished and so the bad weather didn’t ruin the number of events it could have done but it’s nice to know as an […]

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Temporary Roadway Hire

Earlier this week I talked about temporary roadway and today I want to just highlight the process of temporary roadway hire and what the process is: We receive your email or telephone enquiry and get back to you We visit the site and establish where you want the temporary roadway, what the access is like […]

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Bad Weather Can Ruin Events

One of the main reasons that clients want portable roadway or pedestrian pathway is that they are worried about the possibility of bad weather ruining their event. Muddy roads, slippery paths, boggy car parks, are all problems that can occur with the advent of bad weather but using Autotrak products adds extra “insurance”. This year […]

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Portable Roadway Prices

Quite naturally, the first question we are asked when a new client gets in touch with us is, “How much will it cost?” We can’t give a definitive answer here because every project is different but what we can say is that installing portable roadway for your event or film location will not be as expensive as […]

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Temporary Portable Roadway Survey

When deciding which temporary portable roadway you need for your event you have to ask yourself a number of questions: Where is it going to go?  – Is the location of your event easily accessible or in a forest, across many fields or up a mountain? How is it going to be used? – Are you […]

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