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Proud of our heritage, we give friendly, approachable and a quality driven professional service which consistently delivers on our founders’ ambition and have built an impressive reputation as a reliable and conscientious supplier of Line Marking and surfacing solutions to a diverse range of industries.
The business owns and runs over 100 Line Painting vehicles and employs over 170 staff and has invested over £20m in the latest leading-edge technology enabling them to deliver industry leading road lining solutions.
We have built an impressive reputation as a reliable and conscientious supplier of Line Marking solutions to a diverse range of industries. All of our workforce are continuously trained to the highest industry standards from NVQ Level 2 for Road and Car Park Line Marking. Supervisors and Managers are all assessed up to Level 6 NVQ in addition to their required technical qualifications.
With a full suite of ISO accreditations, Wilson and Scott can demonstrate their commitment to sustainable quality work and the environment, delivered by a competent and motivated workforce. Further endorsements from the RSMA, CHAS and Constructionline all mean you can confidently employ us for your Line Marking and Safety Surfacing requirements.
Established in 1952 we are now the fastest growing line marking company in the UK. We have 13 depots strategically located throughout the UK with prime locations based in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Cambridge, Liverpool and Manchester. The convenient positioning of these depots ensures that we can service the UK's major conurbations and surrounding areas quickly and easily, thus ensuring a cost-effective environmentally and prompt Line Marking Solution to local businesses and organisations throughout the UK.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we offer a 5 service that is guaranteed by our genuine zero defects policy.
Hi Kevin, There has been a lot of praise flying around for the A43 Emergency works, it is with good reason. I would like to pass on my praise for your assistance with this scheme. The guys working on site were committed to providing a quality job, often under the pressure of time and knowing that the carriageway was required to be reopened every day. Never did safety give way to the pressure of time. In particular I would like to mention Tom Overthrow, his control and coordination of your various teams was excellent. I had every faith in his management which allowed me to concentrate on other areas of the construction.
“ASG Services have worked with Wilson & Scott for a number of years and I’ve found them to offer excellent value for money. They always fulfil their promises by delivering their services on time by skilled personnel. As important, and unlike other companies, they also provide good advice as to the correct solution working closely with the customer to ensure they understand what they are being supplied. I have no hesitation in recommending Wilson & Scott." - Chris Hopkirk
Hi Wayne, I’ve just received Andy Butcher’s diary sheets from last night and he wants to send a well done to the guys on site last night in getting the job completed under not so favourable conditions. Thanks.
Hi Alan, Since in construction we generally only hear about the bad things in our work, I felt the need to pass some praise back for Roger and Josh that have been on our Site today. The professionalism of the guys and their attention to detail for the works carried out was exceptional. Full PPE was worn without question, both were calm in carrying out the work from setting it out and completing the marking. They arrived on site early and despite finishing way ahead of schedule, the works were not rushed which you can tell from the end result. Also, thanks for scheduling the works at such short notice.
Dear Liam, On behalf of St Josephs Parish, very many thanks for arranging for your guys to do the bay marking for us at our car park today. They did a great job. Please convey our gratitude to your colleague who agreed to carry out this job for us. Are we able to know his name?