Who We Are

For over 26 years, Northeast Traffic Control has been an industry leader in highway construction committed to exceeding industry standards by employing the most reliable, cutting-edge traffic control products available and offering unrivaled 24-hour customer service that only a family-owned business can provide.

Whether we are designing traffic control patterns or installing life-saving attenuators, we approach every project with a keen sense of attention detail while never forgetting the core values that our company was built on.

Core Values

Like the foundations we set on the jobsite, our company was set by a shared understanding of the process to deliver robust solutions.  That process is embodied in the core values of our company and governs everything we do both on and off the jobsite.


We take pride in the fact that our occupation helps make the world a safer place; whether it be for our own employees, contractors, or the general public. Our day to day operations keep safety as our number one concern.


We recognize that innovation is a fundamental component of growth. Thus, we continuously look to incorporate new processes and technological advancements into our operations. By closely observing technological advancements in our field, we believe we can help our customers realize superior returns.

Building Relationships

A key tenant of our business philosophy is to find the most mutually beneficial scenario possible in all cases to help build strong relationships. We recognize that serving the best interests of our employees, and our customers also serve our best interests.


In order to develop long-lasting and mutually beneficial relationships, our industry requires the highest degree of professionalism. Northeast Traffic is committed to this doctrine and institutes it at every level of our organization.


Finally, Northeast Traffic recognizes that on average, the performance of a team far outpaces the performance of an individual. For that reason, we value disparate points of view and pursue the idea with the most merit; not necessarily the idea from the person with the highest status.