Surrey Fire and Rescue’s new home on Golsworth Road in Woking will officially open this month but has already been operational for two weeks. The new station, which replaces the old station on Cawsey Way in the town’s centre, took nearly 15 months to build. The six-storey high modern building is an attractive addition to Woking’s structural landscape and features four floors of affordable managed housing above the fire station.
The fire station itself houses six-vehicle appliance bays and modern training facilities. Riggotts got right to work lining over 500 metres of anti-skid surfacing, in addition to over 1000 metres of thermoplastic lining, 100 metres of hatching, lettering, arrows and give way symbols to the client’s specifications.
During an emergency response situation, proper lines and lettering are essential so that fire and rescue teams can navigate in and around the station safely. For this reason, Riggotts’ high standard of workmanship and wealth of experience was a perfect match for the job in Woking. We’re proud to be a reliable lining choice for a client whose job is protecting the community.