Since 1966, LIVE has pioneered its industry. We continue to research, innovate and form opinion to inform the future of temporary access and control. Read more of our thoughts here...
At LIVE, protection is a key activity, from ground protection to personal safety. And we don’t stop there, because we all have a wider duty of care to the environment. Read how we remove contamination and recycle our water...
LIVE's Deputy MD Gordon McKay grabs his PPE and spends a demanding shift with the London Barriers team...
Live compared laying a 100m temporary, stone haul road, vs and a 100m Aluminium Trakway road. Read how you can significantly save costs, time and reduce your environmental impact.
Live launches the first Groundsman Workshops to provide a forum for the development of turf protection solutions to help minimise the impact of non-sport events.
Estate managers – undertaking a construction project this summer? - Read our 10 tips for protecting your estate from site damage
What is it and why do Site Managers need to know about it? Industry veteran Dale Robinson blogs about the risks of soil mechanics failure.
Years of experience and science goes into the design of our own flooring tread, but how can we be measure its effectivity?
Dale Robinson – Trakway veteran and Live’s MD talks 'fluid dynamics'
Live is the newly branded temporary access fencing and barriers division. We pioneered the industry back in 1966.
The recent Olympics Cycling Road Race started under a blue sky at Copacabana Beach – an idyllic setting by anyone’s imagination - but both men’s and women’s races became crash-marred events and the safety of the circuit’s set-up came up for some serious discussion.