We have over 46 years colour coating and line marking experience yet we have just completed our first Pickleball Court as part of the Multi Use Games Areas at the Jubilee Centre in Bradley Stoke, Bristol.
Pickleball is a fun paddle sport for all ages and abilities and is rapidly gaining popularity in the UK. The sport combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis and is played both indoors or outdoors. Two or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, over a net.
If you are looking for some great exercise for your mind and body, Pickleball can’t be beat.
Following the most recent national lockdown announcement, we are pleased to confirm that Avon Road Mark Ltd will continue to operate and our office remains open.
We are working in accordance with the latest Government guidance and Construction Leadership Council Site Operating Procedures to ensure the safety of both our staff, suppliers and clients. Our updated COVID19 risk assessment is available on request.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding during these unprecedented times. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.
We’ve received a 5 star review on Google thanks to our client Field Contracts Ltd following completion of car park markings at a local trading estate in Bristol. We pride ourselves on our customer service and were delighted with both the review and the fact that Field Contracts were so pleased with the completed works.
Excellent service and excellent communication would definitely recommend this company.
CHAS accreditation ensures we achieve compliance across a wide range of areas of risk management including Health and Safety, Environmental and Financial and helps mitigate risks across our supply chain.
CHAS is an authority and trusted advisor on health and safety compliance, responsible for setting benchmarks that drive industries forward and make the world of work a safer place and we are very proud of our new membership.
We would like to thank all our customers, employees and supply chain partners for your continued support and patience during these challenging times.
Health and safety is our number one priority and, as a result, we have implemented a number of changes to our office and onsite procedures to ensure that we operate within a safe working environment and comply with the government’s guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like any further information or a copy of our COVID19 risk assessment.
To ensure the safety of both our staff and customers our office is now closed and our employees have been placed on furlough. We are hoping that this will be a short term measure however rest assured that all emails will be viewed and actioned by our Director Chris Holbrook.
Following the Prime Ministers address on Monday 23rd March, we have reviewed the guidance in line with our operating procedures and decided that, unfortunately, we are left with no alternative but to close our office and stand our teams down until further notice.
As a company we have a duty of care to our staff, suppliers, clients and all those we come into contact with including the general public and consider the only way we can help protect people and aid the Government’s efforts is to follow the advice/instructions given for people to stay home.
Based on current advice we anticipate a closure period of 3 weeks however this will be monitored in accordance with further Government announcements.
We thank you for your patience and understanding, and please keep safe.
We were both pleased and proud to have been involved in this project to build a new school for children with autism in Patchway, Bristol. Working alongside BAM Construction Ltd we were asked to apply the line markings to the car park as one of the final elements of the project prior to opening in November 2019.
Congratulations also goes to Laurie Pym, Apprentice Surveyor, who was our liaison on the project and, awarded Construction Apprentice of the Month for his work, by the CITB initiative Shared Apprenticeships South West.