Together, the team at Titanium Traffic Plans has a combined 15+ years experience, both on the road and in planning positions. This gives us the ability to see a project from many angles and the expertise to look outside of the box, to keep you and your crew safe.
Working on projects of all shapes and sizes, Titanium Traffic Plans can offer planning and safety solutions to you, regardless if it's opening a pit or a large scale transportation network. Titanium Traffic Plans supplies high quality work, excellent customer service and knowledge about the industry and keeping up to date with changes.
Traffic Control Plans (TCP/TGS) are just one aspect of Titanium Traffic Plans. We are more than able to provide our clients with:
Titanium Traffic Plans is lucky enough to have a large and diverse pool of contacts and they are happy to point you in the right direction. They can help supply everything from Traffic Controllers, Security, WHS solutions to even Event coordination.
Greg started on the road as a Traffic Controller, many, many years ago, and quickly learnt the ropes. He moved into a Team Leading role before being snatched up to work in the office as the Planning Coordinator. He then moved on to become Operations Manager at a different company. During this time working for other companies Greg had started a family and in 2018 decided he wanted a better work-life balance and started up Titanium Traffic Plans, giving him the ability to spend more time with his young and growing family.
However, the story of Titanium Traffic Plans doesn't start in 2018, but rather in 2006, when Greg and Ellie first met while living in a share house in their very early 20's. They became friends and now consider each other family. So much in fact that Greg's children are Ellie's Godchildren and Greg walked Ellie down the aisle when she got married in 2021. This, in their eyes, makes Titanium Traffic Plans more than just a job, it's a family business.
While Greg was getting Titanium Traffic Plans up and running, Ellie unfortunately has a severe workplace accident in March of 2018, leaving her unable to return to working on the road. After a long process of recovery, becoming stable and extremely eager to work Ellie came on board. Using her years of experience in media and marketing from her life before Traffic Control, she has been able to help steer Titanium Traffic Plans in a new direction.