Our global Highways team at Roadgrip have just embarked on a new project in the Republic of Suriname in South America this December 2013.
They’ve been working in Suriname throughout 2013 on various road surfacing jobs and have established a great reputation for solid workmanship on the country’s highways.
This current project, which will run for two months until January 2014, aims to improve the conditions of a cycle lane with coloured antiskid coatings for improved safety. As an extrusion project, the Roadgrip team will be using machines to lay the thermoplastic road markings rather than by hand application, due to the larger output required.
As part of the brief, they’ll also be installing Vibraline (rumble strips), which will be the first time this has even been used in Suriname. Visit this page again in January to see more photos.