Case Studies

Case: The Basingstoke and Deane council depot 

Aim: To install pedestrian walkways, hatching and logos. 

Objective: To use long lasting, safe and durable material to create a pedestrian walkway for the council.

How we did it: Coupe Line installed the yellow hatching, the pedestrian logos and walkway to the clients specifications

Results: The council was very happy with the completed work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Case: Lee on Solent for Gosport Borough Council

Aim: To install KEEP CLEAR lettering and painted chevrons to concrete bollards

Objective: To use a long lasting, durable epoxy paint

How we did it: Coupe Line installed the yellow lettering, hatching and painted chevrons in a epoxy traffic paint. 

Results: The following image show the complete that Gosport Borough Council were very happy with

 

 

Case: Portsmouth international port 

Aim: To install line works

Objective: To use epoxy paint on the brick work

How we did it: Coupe Line installed white lining and lettering in a epoxy traffic paint. Coupe Line installed the white lining and lettering in a epoxy traffic paint that offers durability, contributes to safety and clarity which we are proud to offer. This allows traffic calming to help drivers get to their destinations.

Results: The following image show the complete works at the port, this shows what Coupe line can do for your company.

 

 

Case:  Haywards Heath Train station

Aim: To lay yellow safety line to the train station platform edge.

Objective: To create the line using precision and that meets the client needs.

How we did it: Coupe Line installed the yellow safety line that offers durability, contributes to safety and clarity which we are proud to offer. This is so that the public are aware of the dangers in the railway environment. Trains produce large amounts of wind turbulence, this creates a slipstream so great that it can drag you under the train if you are standing next to the track or too close to the platform edge.

Results: The following images show the before and after of the train station, this shows what Coupe line can do for your company.

 

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Case:  Stratford International Multi Storey Car Park, London.

Aim: To lay brand new disabled parking bay spaces with specialist white paints.

Objective: To create the bay using precision and that meets the client needs.

How we did it: Coupe Line installed disabled bays that offers durability and clarity. This is so that the public are aware that the bays are for disabled users and are brightly coloured so people can recognise them.

Results: Below you can see the disabled bays that were completed on time.

 

 

Case:  Southampton, Hampshire.

Aim: To place pedestrian walkways to west quay shopping centre car park

Objective: To create the walkways in a way that will be pedestrian and driver friendly.

How we did it: Using yellow thermoplastic and black logos to indicate were pedestrians need to be and which way leads to the shops.

Results: as shown below the bright yellow thermoplastic grabs the attention of people looking at it and gives the information of were to be and were the shops are.

 

Case: Havant, Hampshire.

Aim: To place sports court linings.

Objective: To line the courts in a way that sports and games can be played.

How we did it: Using high quality white and yellow paint to green Cortcote to create the sports courts.

Results: As shown below the courts were finished on time and look brilliant.