COOLING THE PLANET ONE STREET AT A TIME™
Strategic color selections can help create walkways or pathways to guide desired pedestrian traffic flows. Or it can simply compliment and beautify a high visibility area around public buildings, stadiums, parks, business complexes, resorts, etc. These high-performance colorized pavement coatings offer tinting in an unlimited spectrum of colors including bright, vibrant and visible colors that last on asphalt and concrete pavements.
You can choose from a variety of shades and hues that fit your environment and brand.
Traditional Colors are warm, earth tone, and neutral colors designed to enhance the aesthetics of a public space long-term. These colors are commonly used in community areas, universities, public buildings, crosswalks, plazas, and in decorative streetscape designs. The Traditional Colors family provides more subtle and flexible colors that go well together in any pavement coatings project.
Solar-Reflective Colors use special technology designed to cool high-traffic areas without limiting color choices to white or light colors. Solar-Reflective Colors reduce the Urban Heat Island Effect and the temperature of asphalt surfaces while resisting UV damage and degradation of asphalt to create a more comfortable environment. These colors are typically used in pedestrian and vehicular high-traffic areas such as parks, schools, playgrounds, and non-covered areas that experience direct sunlight.
Cycle Lane Colors
Cycle Lane Colors are bold, highly reflective colors that are designed to delineate public cycle lanes and intersections, helping to keep cyclists safe and reinforce priority to bicyclists by visually alerting drivers to the presence of a cycle lane. Cycle Lane Colors are also used in the coating of off-street jogging/cycle paths, bus lanes, school zones, and parking lot markings.
Signature Colors transform the look and feel of a community by providing a custom palette that is designed for achieving a differentiated look. These are non-stocked custom colors used in public areas such as decorative streetscapes, parks, plazas, sports courts, civic centers, and playgrounds to direct pedestrian and vehicular traffic flow.