Without pavement markings, parking lots and roadways would be nothing more than crash zones. To ensure safe travel on roads, there need to be center lines, directional arrows, stop bars, and crosswalks.
On parking lots there need to be parking space designations, handicapped parking designations, directional arrows and designated fire lane curbs.
While the pavement markings and signage on new pavements are determined by the construction drawings, existing pavement markings can become outdated and must be brought up to code. Faded markings should be repainted as necessary to keep parking lots safe.
St. Louis Paving can offer ideas on how to maximize your parking layout, and comply with local handicap parking and fire lane codes.