Line Marking Australia - Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Gold Coast


 AllState Line Marking Services are industry leaders in the development and implementation of line marking & safety solutions. We specialize in the application of Waterborne Paint, Pre form Thermoplastic, Audio Tactile Line Marking (ATLM), Raised Pavement Markers (R P M’s) and Paint Removal. From standard hand held units to automated thermoplastic equipment, All State have the equipment, skill & experience to accommodate any size project

At All state, we are experienced industry experts & deliver value to OUR clients through tailored project management and a commitment to the use of quality equipment and products to support a superior service offering.

We come to you Day and Night, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Whitsundays, Cairns, Port Douglas, Newcastle, Port Macquarie. Line on Road Australia Wide Marking

In line with the 'around the clock' nature of the Roadwork Industry, we staff a 30 strong workforce running day, night, weekend and country crews to suit our client's demands and offer them increased flexibility. All staff are managed in house, by a dedicated Operations Team that ensures service output meets and exceeds our client's expectations.

Our purpose built line marking trucks and machinery are internationally sourced for enhanced efficiency and quality of work. From self propelled car park machinery and specialised handwork units, to numerous longitudinal paint trucks and thermoplastic extruders, we have the right equipment, skill and experience for any size job. Road Marking Australia.

Banora point upgrade

The Pacific Highway at Banora Point is an urban arterial road. Serving as the major transport link between Sydney and Brisbane, it also services a growing population on the North Coast of New South Wales. The Pacific Highway at Banora Point currently has an unsatisfactory safety record and constant traffic conflicts with local traffic accessing the adjacent developing residential areas. The RTA has formed an alliance with Abigroup Contractors, Seymour Whyte Constructions and SMEC to design and build the Banora Point upgrade. This $349 million project is scheduled for competition in mid 2012 and will serve as a 2.5km deviation to bypass the Banora Pint urban centre allowing local traffic to move around Banora Point and South Tweed Heads without having to use the Highway.