Classic design never goes out of style! Swing by the new Reunion Housing Complex in Murrayville Langley and notice the decorative asphalt sidewalk our DecoMark decal work in the dappled light of the spring and summer. DecoMark is a Custom Wayfinding and Horizontal Surface Markings and graphics solution with application to both Read more…
There are many reasons why stamped asphalt makes more sense than Stamped concrete in the construction of commercial parking lots, streetscapes, parks pathways and plazas as well as residential driveways. Continue reading to learn more about the main differences between the two options. Learn more about Stamped Asphalt Products
The newly installed playground and splash park for the Spruce Haven Park is a recent step towards the city’s plan to develop Spruce Haven. The Waterpark Splashpad is was created using asphalt and is coloured and sealed using our Patented StreetBond Coatings System.
Brookmere Park in Coquitlam BC represents out most recent sports court application. It was produced using our patented StreetBond Coatings System includes a basketball theme and was installed by SquareOne Paving Inc.
Labyrinth’s have grown in popularity across Canada in recent years. This stand-out Labyrinth installed by Square One at the new c̓əsqənelə Elementary School in Maple Ridge is our most recent labyrinth installation that we created using StreetBond.
New White Rock pedestrian pathway installed just in time for the re-opening of the White Rock Pier. This project was created using StreetPrint Genuine Stamped Asphalt with StreetBond Coatings, installed by RainbowPaving
LCheck out our recent work at the Windsor Gate development in Coquitlam installed by Square One Paving Ltd. The project was developed for the Windsor Gate, Masterplanned Community in Coquitlam by Polygon Realty This design incorporates a StampedAsphalt substrate, coloured and sealed with our SreetBond coating system, and features the official WindsorGate Logo in three colours. Windsor Gate represents Read more…
Check out our recent Public Art installation by SquareOne at Joyce Skytrain Station Translink’s public art program supports local talent to engage the community and spark public dialogue about artwork as a vessel for communication.