How to design an industrial or business zone?
- Make the zone accessible and pleasant for private services and people coming to work
- Guide incoming and outgoing flows
- Regulate the speed
- Make the zone accessible to persons with reduced mobility
Set up marking and signage plan
Zone advance warning signs
Install directional signs to lead visitors to the zone.
Choose the Dx3® range: triple-edge non-aggressive section, sturdy aluminium-zinc design, different styles and custom options.
Mark out the entrance to the zone
Using an Etoile® totem, visible sturdy street furniture.
Help visitors find their way
Install a map at an information point
LACROIX City Service Information Relays or multimedia terminals help visitors find their way in the industrial zone.
|To discover our SIRs and terminals, contact us|
Marking and signing the zone
Install signage equipment
To help visitors find their way, LACROIX City recommends Etoile® twin-masts (on roundabouts where visibility at vehicle height is good) and Etoile® single-masts (in the zone, at a higher level so as not to be obstructed by vehicles).
|Etoile®Elégance single mast||Etoile® Evolution twin-mast|
Install street signs
Profit from LACROIX City's long-standing know-how to install street name plates and numbers in enamel or aluminium.
|See our ranges of street name plates and numbers|
Control speed within the industrial zone
Install speed slowing systems
LACROIX City speed cushions, roundabouts, chicanes, etc. are all possible solutions.
Make the zone safe for visitors
Install posts and barriers to separate pedestrian from vehicle traffic
For elegant and coordinated street furniture, choose Esplanade or Harmonie posts and barriers!
|Esplanade post||Harmonie barrier|
Making the zone accessible
For public transport
Mark out a bus stop with pole, waiting point or bus shelter. Add dedicated road marking with specific police traffic signs and a pedestrian crossing.
|See our bus stop design solutions|
For persons with reduced mobility
Comply with accessibility laws by installing visually contrasted posts and providing disabled car park spaces and pedestrian crossings.
Make the zone pleasant for workers
Equip the zone with green spaces and rest areas
Rest areas can be equipped with picnic tables, benches, floral installations, etc.