The NHS Rainbow pedestrian crossing we created at Great Western Hospital in Swindon opened last week just in time for this years Swindon and Wiltshire Pride Festival.
Great Western Hospitals are part of the rainbow badge initiative which aims to drive out inequalities faced by the LGBTQ+ community.
Simple, visible symbols can make a big difference to those who are unsure of themselves and the reception they will receive if they disclose their sexuality or gender identity and we were proud to work with both Serco and Great Western Hospitals as part of this initiative.
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.
There are not many jobs in our line of work where you need to calculate the tide times prior to attending site. Our first visit to the Burnham on Sea slipway didn’t quite go according to plan however our teams persistence paid off in the end.
The new Avon Fire & Rescue Service fire station at Hicks Gate opened in April and we were very proud to have provided the road markings for the new development between Bristol and Bath. This is the first brand new station to open in Avon since 1980.