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Road lines are essential for the safe and steady flow of traffic around your premises. Ensuring you have a clearly marked carpark, directional arrows and speed roundels all keep you and your visitors safe from harm and aware of hazards.
Carparks & Multi-storey
Businesses have varying requirements for car park markings. Most will require a number of different spaces such as disabled, parent and child, electric car, motorcycle to name a few.
Directional arrows and speed restriction markings are also useful to ensure the smooth flow of traffic in and out of the car park and are essential for multi-storey car parks.
It’s not just the spaces which are important in car parks – having clear walkways and zebra crossings where necessary keep pedestrians safe when they are walking to and from vehicles.
If your car park needs remarking, you are moving to a new premises or you’re the contractor for a new development we can assist in the design and marking of your car park. We can offer our expertise and see the job through from start to finish.
When you visit a retail park your first thought is – where is the carpark and where can I park in it? Larger retail and outlet parks know that the majority of visitors will be arriving by car. It’s not just the number of spaces you need to factor in when you design the carpark but also the types of spaces required.
In general disabled and parent and child spaces are closest to the facilities on offer and require more room. Vehicles these days are longer and wider than a few years ago, and you often get motorhome or caravans being towed so having designated longer bays could be considered.
The rise in electric powered cars means that there is a need for electric charging points and designated spaces for electric cars. Many existing retail parks are adapting spaces to offer these facilities for electric cars.
You may need space for public transport, whether that’s a bus station or a simple bus stop. It’s important that you don’t just allocate this space but that you also have clearly marked signage and road markings to indicate the correct routes for public transport and private vehicles.
Other markings that should be considered are speed roundels, zebra crossings and pedestrian walkways. The health and safety of your visitors and customers should be your top priority and having the correct markings in place is essential for this.
Being able to cater for all your visitors is a great first impression and shows you care about customer service. If you need help or advice let us know.
Privately owned land that is developed into a business park or industrial estate requires road and line marking on the perimeter roads around the businesses. Our expert line markers will carry out the work professionally and to schedule; we will happily discuss your requirements on a site visit to ensure your health and safety needs are covered.
Business parks are busy places so ensuring you have clear markings and instructions is vital to ensure traffic moves smoothly around the site. We understand that the majority of business parks are shared by a number of different businesses that all have different needs. If car park space is shared you may wish to have allocated parking spaces clearly marked, whether that’s by name, number or even the company logo.
Some businesses may receive regular deliveries or require goods to be picked up so it’s important to bear in mind that there is likely to be a need for lorries and other larger vehicles to be able to access the business park easily. Designated parking spaces for disabled bays, motorcycles and bicycles also requires consideration, as well as hatching for any no-go areas.
If businesses receive visitors it’s important to be clear about whether there is shared visitor parking separate to the businesses allocated parking spaces and how this is managed, or if visitor parking is to be managed by the businesses own spaces. Making these decisions is key to the smooth running and operation of any business park.
When several businesses share a space ensuring clear road markings, speed limit roundels where necessary and directional arrows and written instructions is vital to ensure everyone who is onsite can safely manoeuvre around.
Whether you are developing a new site or require remarking of an existing site we are on hand to ensure you are compliant with health and safety legislation and can carry out your line marking requirements to suit the needs of your business.