DBi Services will move its world corporate headquarters downtown from its current base at 100 N. Conahan Drive in the Hazleton Heights. DBi Services employs 1,500, of whom more than 250 work in Hazleton.
Hazleton, PA—The American Road & Transportation Builders Association’s Transportation Development Foundation (ARTBA-TDF) recognized DBi Services for its commitment to the promotion of roadway work zone safety.
Drivers on Interstate 66 just outside the Beltway are seeing red lately, quite literally. On a 6.5-mile stretch to Route 50, the far right shoulder lane is now a sort of brick red.
DBi Services was honored with a recognition by Fleet Owner Magazine in its selection of "America's 500 Top Private Fleets." DBi's fleet consists of over 2,500 pieces of equipment, many of which were custom design and engineered by DBi for a specific use.
Suppliers are producing machines and developing methods to tackle unwanted vegetation. Weeds, plants and other undergrowth are Mother Nature's little annoyances to the railroads. Vegetation management crews are constantly
DBi announces expansion plans by leasing space in the Hayden Tower at the Markle building in downtown Hazleton. The company will be leasing 7,000 square feet on two floors.
Paul Carlson, head of TTI's Traffic Operations and Roadway Safety Division, hosted several visitors from the Center for Automotive Research and Development (CIDAUT) in Valladolid, Spain, and DBi Services in Hazelton, Pennsylvania, in August.