Road Marking Contractors
Local and national contractors offering a full range of highway markings and road studs solutions. Quality Assured and Highways Sector 7 approved.
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Complete Range of Road Marking Solutions
We offer a full range of road marking solutions based on a variety of materials and application techniques. Traditionally, road markings have been applied using Hot Applied Thermoplastic by either screed, extrusion or spray. However modern pressures on time-scales, environmental impacts and budgets have lead to the introduction of paint and resin based solutions.
MMA Resin based road markings are highly durable and last between 2 and 5 times as long as standard thermoplastic road markings. This makes them ideal for areas of high wear such as slip roads and roundabout approaches where frequent renewal of road markings would not be cost effective, especially when taking into consideration the cost of traffic management. Paint Based systems are quick and cost effective to apply and can be used to rejuvenate existing markings, especially in areas where they will not be overrun, such as edge lines.
The majority of road markings in the UK are still installed using thermoplastic as they offer a good compromise between cost, durability, installation time and seasonal working window. We have been installing road markings for 30 years. All our crews are CSCS registered and our charge hands hold at least NVQ level 2 in pavement markings. We are equipped to install thermoplastic markings by screed and can also install markings by machine applied extrusion or spray as required.
All Major Types of Road Studs
We're installers of all the major types of road studs used throughout the UK including surface mounted, inset depressible, inset glass and pedestrian crossing studs. Each product brings different benefits in terms of cost, durability, installation time and ease of maintenance etc.
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Recent Work & News
A Newton Abbot based car park marking team recently made the short trip to Paignton in South Devon.
The team recently worked on behalf of a major contractor to provide line markings for a hospice in Winsley. Dorothy House, near Bath and Bradford-on-Avon, offers palliative care to patients and support for their families.
Working on behalf of a main contractor, one of our lining crews were recently sent to Swindon to refresh the line markings in a delivery yard for a major UK department store.
Our team recently visited Wincanton Primary School to give them a fun and fresh new playground.
We sent a crew from our Newton Abbot depot to the Commando Forces offices in Plymouth recently to complete some car park marking work.
Working on behalf of a major contractor, one of our South West based car park marking crews were despatched to Wiltshire to provide a large variety of car park line markings for a major UK technology company.
LMS Highways recently had the pleasure of providing some fun playground line markings for a school in Wellington.
Working in a particularly beautiful part of South Devon, a hand lining and line marking extruder gang recently completed some work on the A379 which connects Dartmouth with Kingsbridge.
On behalf of a main contractor, one of our Newton Abbot gangs recently travelled to Bristol, specifically to Almondsbury to a new helicopter base.
A crew from our Newton Abbot depot were despatched northbound - up the M5 to Burnham-On-Sea, a lovely Somerset seaside resort.
Wimbledon might be a distant memory for us now but earlier in the year, we completed the lining for a newly surfaced tennis court in Taunton.
Our experienced team recently received a request to head up to Exeter Airport to complete some vital line marking for their fire training grounds.
A Newton Abbot depot crew attended site at Evercreech in Shepton Mallot.
Our team recently visited Plymouth City College to complete some vital safety line marking for their workshop.
Working regularly for one of the largest privately owned transport companies in the UK, our Newton Abbot crew have performed line marking work at a major distribution centre in North Tawton, Devon.
With our head office in Devon the crews often have the pleasure of working in beautiful places. Lynton and Lynmouth in North Devon was no exception and definitely fell into this category.
Working directly for a holiday resort in North Devon we sent a crew from our Newton Abbot Head Office.
We recently had the pleasure of working as a subcontractor on a holiday park site in Croyde, North Devon.
We were called to reinstate the line markings at two car parks in Honiton. This was after the contractor, a major Southwest Civil Engineering and Surfacing company had finished their work.
Scattered over a number of months we worked as a subcontractor on a major link road traffic calming project in Paignton, South Devon.
A Newton Abbot crew recently completed some vital safety line marking for a local car repair workshop business in Paignton.
A three man crew were despatched to Exeter, the capital city of Devon, to work at a new business park. Our crew were there on behalf of a main contractor to finish a recently tarmac'd car park by painting line markings.
Taking advantage of some rare winter sunshine a crew left the Newton Abbot depot and made their way up to Taunton.
We have recently had the pleasure of working as a subcontractor for Sage Rowe Ltd across a number of sites, but on this occasion in Bridport, Dorset