Dublin City Council have chosen the NAL Temporary Foundation and Cable Shroud System to set up a number of temporary signal junctions and pedestrian crossings during a major infrastructure project in the centre of the City.
The Temporary Foundation system enabled the Local Authority to surface mount their standard traffic signal posts while also allowing them to be moved or repositioned easily during the project. The Cable Shroud, which is a two-piece unit fits around the foundations concealing all excess cables and electrical joints. This system eliminated the requirement for bulky safety barriers around the foundations, therefore allowing all pedestrians unhindered access to the push button units.
The sloping tops on the shrouds ensures the foundations are not used as litter bins, they also reduced the overall footprint of the traffic management making it easier and safer for the public to pass through the works while improving the overall aesthetics.