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We are helping the University of British Columbia and Musqueam to build a a feature crosswalk using our patented TrafficPatterns at the intersection of University Boulevard and Wesbrook Mall, and was installed by SquareOne. The design was created collaboratively between UBC & Musqueam to enhance the arrival experience to campus. The decorative crosswalk uses the UBC & Musqueam crests woven together, acknowledging that Read more…
Brilliant Rainbow Crosswalk installed for the Squamish Nation (Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw). The crosswalk was installed using our colourful patented TrafficPatterns product which is outfitted with Corundum (Crushed Diamonds), which adds to the materials structural integrity and provides excellent traction for motor vehicles and pedestrians.
The District of Sechelt recently approved a Rainbow Crosswalk for the Sunshine Coast, which is the first in the district. The Project was installed using TrafficPatterns, and is expected to last at least 15 years before needing replacing.
This is the first phase of our new Coquitlam Crosswalks at Lougheed Holly and Lougheed Orchid intersections. The design is comprised of our TrafficPatterns product used to create a black (asphalt) and white checkerboard crosswalk body, outlined with red and white checkerboard boarder patterns. * Installation by SquareOne
In collaboration with Musqueam, we’re pleased to introduce a new original crosswalk design by Musqueam artist Robyn Sparrow, and installation by Square One using out TrafficPatterns product. Earlier this week, coinciding with National Indigenous Peoples Day, the City of Vancouver unveiled a new three-section crosswalk designed by Musqueam First Nation artist Robyn Sparrow.
Crosswalks at three Commercial Drive intersections have been decorated with the green, white, and red colors of the Italian flag. The city project was installed in time for Italian day on The Drive by Square One, who provide outstanding products with superior installations throughout British Columbia.
The fade-free vibrant range of colours is just one advantage of using TrafficPatterns preformed thermoplastic for streetscape features. TrafficPatterns provides a highly durable ‘traffic tough’ surface with excellent anti skid/slip characteristics. Speed of installation is another advantage, The crosswalk surface can be returned to traffic almost immediately after installation. This crosswalk Read more…
A contemporary, pedestrian-friendly Complete Streets redevelopment completed in 2017 that includes contemporary architectural hardscape, widened sidewalks, street furniture, lighting, street trees, traffic-calming, stormwater planters, and angled parking.