We provide a variety of linemarking, roadmarking and surface treatment solutions to help road users maintain their position on the road, inform them of changes in road conditions and assist with interactions between road users.
Our team is qualified to conduct linemarking services in accordance with road authority standards and requirements. Our linemarking solutions are:
Our team can apply various types of linemarking paints and plastics to achieve the correct outcome for your project. Our linemarking and roadmarking solutions include:
During the Western Ring Road Upgrade project, Wilson Bayly Holmes Infrastructure needed linemarking services to redraw four lanes of freeway for a one-kilometre section of the road. The lanes needed to be relocated to provide safe working and driving conditions during construction of the bridge widening of Forsyth Road.
We supplied the material, equipment and work team to reposition all four lanes of the freeway for approximately one kilometre. We worked in conjunction with the client's surveyors and traffic management to install new yellow lines and RRPMs, remove the redundant RRPMs, and black out the approach and departure transitions.
This gave our client sufficient room to safely install the proctective barriers and proceed with the construction phase.
Tell us about your project and the requirements at your location.
We gain an in-depth understanding of the project requirements and recommend a solution.
We will generate a quote based on our consultation and a free site survey if required.
We plan and schedule the linemarking works so there are no delays on site.
We complete the linemarking work to meet your exact requirements.
Our team can provide linemarking, roadmarking and surface treatments to meet your exact requirements. Get in touch for expert advice.
No, the road must be completely dry before any application of linemarking or surface treatments. If it isn't raining but the road is damp, then we can use a propane/gas lance to dry the road to ensure project deadlines are met.
No, several brands of roadmarking paint use the word 'long-life', but this is not entirely accurate. These brands last longer than other paints, but a truly long-life solution requires specialised linemarking products.
We can advise you on the right products to use for your project and location to ensure you get the outcome you need.