Tuesday, September 15th, 2020
TMI Thanks Our #Essential Crews During National Construction Safety Week
Media Contact:
Andrew Miller
Marketing Manager
Traffic Management, Inc.
(562) 825-8024

Monday, September 14, 2020: TMI Thanks Our #Essential Crews During National Construction Safety Week

A company that is Serious About Safety, Traffic Management, Inc. (TMI) is founded on ensuring construction work zones are safe for our crews, your crews and – of course – the public.

National Construction Safety Week (September 14 – 18, 2020) brings attention to the importance of work safety as well as celebrating construction crews that make this possible. This year’s theme – Built On Safety – acknowledges that being safe is the cornerstone of the entire industry, and TMI is no exception.

From proper planning and training, to using the correct equipment and PPE, TMI ensures that every step of a job is approached with the utmost safety in mind. Our 25 years of expertise in safe road closures and company-wide Culture of Safety allows us to be innovators in an industry that is ever-changing.

To celebrate National Construction Safety Week, TMI is sharing various safety tips on our Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Follow us and then share your tips – remember to use #ConstructionSafetyWeek and #SeriousAboutSafety when you tag us in your posts!


Traffic Management Inc. (TMI) is a privately-owned minority business based company in Southern California, co-owned by brothers Chris and Jonathan Spano. TMI is a company whose complete knowledge of traffic control and management is integral to the daily flow of the lives of commuters. Its engineers design the traffic plans that result in lane closures due to road repairs, large events and essential infrastructure projects.

TMI started with very humble beginnings in 1995 in the garage of their great grandmother with only a handful of employees when the brothers were just teenagers. Today 25 years later, TMI is now one of the largest organically grown traffic management companies in the United States. For additional information about TMI visit trafficmanagement.com