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Roadgrip are back in sunny Guyana carrying out extruded thermoplastic road marking on the local roads of this South American country.

Our global line marking team have applied 30,000 linear metres of road markings plus stop bars, arrows, pedestrian crossings, lettering and bus stops.  All line marking was set to new layouts on new asphalt on the busy Sheriff Street in the country’s capital city of Georgetown.

The expansion of the area means that, with an increase in shops, restaurants, school and police station, the road has seen vehicle and pedestrian congestion. It was therefore necessary to clarify the markings to improve safety for drivers, visitors on foot, and those looking to park.

Our team have now completed works, which took a few visits over a 6-month period. This was a joint venture with our local partner, Cevons.

Well done to Roadgrip’s Jamaican team for delivering a quality job as always.

To find out more about our line marking and road preservation services, contact our friendly global team for a quick and professional quote.