Flagger Force Keeps Our Communities Moving safely through work zones, while our clients work to keep the power on, water flowing, and bridges safe for the traveling public on a daily basis, but we also support the communities we work and live in by donating time, resources, and dollars to local organizations.
National Work Zone Awareness
Flagger Force is a recognized leader in educating the public to the hazards of work zones, and distracted driving. Working with our industry trade association, The American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA), as well as the various State DOT organizations, increasingly every year Flagger Force invests more time and money into the effort to educate the public about safe driving in work zones.
The Flagger Force Foundation
We have also created an employee-led, company-supported charitable foundation that benefits non-profit organizations, provides employee volunteer opportunities and oversees the Employee Hardship Fund, the Flagger Force Foundation. Founded in 2011, the foundation has supported various organizations and our own employees who may have fallen on hard times. Thanks to the generosity of our employees over the past three years, we have raised over $50,000.
“The King of Prussia dispatchers have done a great job at providing me consistency on my jobsite this week. I appreciate all the hard work.”- Owen Crouse, Foreman, Riggs Distler
“Today, Flagger Force did an excellent job on our work zone. I was very impressed with their level of professionalism and knowledge in traffic control. They did some great work.”- Phil Vigue, Foreman, Cianbro Corp.
“The crew from Flagger Force did a great job today. These two were professional, patient, and pleasant to work with.”- Charles Curtis, Foreman, Verizon
“Flagger Force has some of the best crews. They are always attentive, listen to what is needed and they all have been a pleasure to work with.”- Donnie Hoffer, Foreman, Brubacher Excavating
“Flagger Force employees are polite, courteous, and very professional. It is always nice to have them on our site.”- Scott Gates, Foreman, UGI