Our History

1973
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TRINITY HIGHWAY FOUNDED

It was the decade of the 1970s that roadway safety design became a regular component of highway projects and Trinity Highway made and sold its first galvanized guardrail.

1982
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BUY AMERICAN

The “Buy American” Program was created to ensure that transportation infrastructure projects are built with American-made steel products.

1991
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GUARDRAIL SALES EXPANDS

Trinity Highway Products offers guardrail products to Mexico and Canada.

1992
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SYRO STEEL

The acquisition of SYRO Steel expanded Trinity’s line of fabricated steel products

1998
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EUROPEAN STANDARDS INTRODUCED

The European standard for road restraint systems, EN 1317, was introduced.

2000
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TRINITY HIGHWAY INTERNATIONAL

Sales representation in the European market extends Trinity Highway’s international reach.

2010
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ENERGY ABSORPTION SYSTEMS ACQUIRED

Trinity Highway bolstered its business in 2010 with the acquisition of Energy Absorption Systems, a leader in the research and development of efficient energy-absorbing materials and technology, as well as cutting-edge breakthroughs in a variety of impact attenuators, crash cushions, truck-mounted attenuators, high performance delineators, Safe-Hit® delineators, and other highway safety products since 1969.

2011
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SIGN POSTS & SIGN SUPPORTS ADDED

The POZ-LOC product line acquisition enhances Trinity Highway’s Sign Posts & Sign Supports business.

2011
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YODOCK ACQUISITION

The Yodock Wall Company acquisition augments Trinity’s existing line of longitudinal channelizing devices to include water-filled barricades that meet a variety of urban construction, traffic control, military, and special events applications.

Trinity Highway Rentals was established to offer leasing and rental options for select traffic control and work zone products.

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2017
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COUNTDOWN TO MASH

Sunset Dates for NCHRP Report 350 to MASH begins.

Trinity Highway is Ahead of the Curve® with MASH ready products.