Amazing/efficient work done by our Oregon crew, big shoutout to Mark Henning for film and videography!
Marysville, WA- Over the weekend Apply-A-Line installed an asphalt stamped decorative crosswalk for Mortenson Construction. Using the StreetHeat process/equipment, Ennis Flint, our crew gave normal asphalt a brick pattern. Once completed 4 coats of GAF StreetBond 150 (Brick Red) were installed to give it color. If interested in the product, please contact!
Apply-A-Line, Inc. California Division recently installed brick patterned decorative crosswalks for the City of Arcata.The Samoa Boulevard project was paved by R.A.O. Construction and Apply-A-Line, Inc. installed paint pavement markings, pre-formed Thermoplastic markings, reflectors and the decorative crosswalks shown here. Material for the crosswalk is Herringbone Hot tape used with infrared heat to fuse to the asphalt surface Material Supplier is Flint Trading.
Apply-A-Line, Inc. has recently partnered with Stacy & Whitbeck and The City of Portland on the Portland Streetcar Project in downtown Portland. In order to promote bicycle use and safety Apply-A-Line, Inc. installed specialty bike lane markings. These markings have proven to inform motorists of bicycle movements far better than traditional markings.
Our Anderson and Eureka Branch were awarded this project through Cal-Trans and the Mercer Fraser Company. This was a two year project that began in Eureka Route 101 and ended in Arcata. It was a high profile project to create an 8 mile safety route for motorist and bicyclist to have a safe path. These photos show rumble strip under and next to the stripe to create a barrier for the bicycle traffic. The material used was 100 mil thermo with ceramic high reflective bead for night and rain visibility. This job was finished in August of 2014 and now provides safe travel for both motorists and cyclist traveling this route.