Graffiti-Shield Fits Los Angeles Metro Extensions

July 6th, 2016 by Casey Flores

Graffiti Shield, Inc. recently outfitted the Gold Line Extension and Expo Line Extension stations for the Las Angeles metro. In total, 13 stations were added to the lines and Graffiti Shield, Inc. installed used its products to protect “all metal and glass surfaces on the street, mezzanine and platform levels,” from vandalism, according to the company.

Part of the new LA Metro extension, which Graffiti-Shield has under contract.

Part of the new LA Metro extension, which Graffiti-Shield has under contract.

This work was done as part of Graffiti Shield, Inc. ongoing contract with LA Metro. “Adding our products to the new surfaces before vandalism occurs was a very important part of the timeline for Metro,” says Jeffrey Green CEO.

The surveying, design, and installation took 15 days for staff to complete. In all, the company installed more than 23,000 square feet of material.

“This will now be added to our monthly rotation and inspection to make sure the stations stay graffiti free and inviting for patrons to use this new service,” says Michael Schuch, president. “We are honored to be part of Metros planning and strategy on a zero tolerance policy on graffiti.”

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