About Scottish Line Painting Ltd.
Scottish Line Painting Ltd. is a locally owned company located in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, that specializes in all forms of road marking. Started in 1969 as a company strictly involved in the painting of parking lots, we have evolved to cover highways, local roadways, airports and more.
Michael Jamieson, President (Left)
Stephen Jamieson, Vice President (Right)
Scottish Line Painting was featured in Borum’s Newsletter, “Road Marker Talks”. Borum is one of the world’s leading suppliers of professional, self-propelled road marking machines.
Dustin Timms – Foreman
Dustin has been a foreman since 2012. He excels at installing thermoplastic and skid-resistant markings – a direct result of his ability to get the most from his crew.
Jarrett Dudley – Foreman
Jarrett joined our team in 2018 as the Parking Lot Foreman. He has both academic and field knowledge from the residential market. Jarrett continues the legacy of excellence we are proud of with every parking lot he paints
Siawish Noori – Foreman
Two of Noori’s greatest strengths are his desire to improve and his work ethic. Coupled with his mechanical aptitude, he is excelling as a foreman.
Chris Clements – Safety Coordinator/Traffic Planner
Starting in 2012, Chris gained extensive field experience working on the centerline and thermoplastic crews for four seasons. He is now Safety Coordinator and Traffic Management Planner.
We are in demand when it comes to completing large-scale, professional projects. These are just a few of the projects we’ve completed:
✔ The Cassiar Connector Project, 1992
✔ YVR Int’l Terminal Expansion and North Runway Project, 1996
✔ Deltaport, 1997
✔ Sea to Sky Highway Improvement, 2005 to 2009
✔ Canada Line Construction, 2008 to 2009
✔ DP World Centerm Terminal Upgrade, 2012 to 2014
✔ PMH1 (Port Mann Bridge/Hwy 1 Expansion), 2010 to 2015
✔ King George Blvd Rapid Bus Project, 2014 to 2015
✔ B-Line Rapid Bus Expansion, 2019 to 2020
✔ Hwy 1 – Lower Lynn Improvements, 2017 to 2020
✔ Centerm Expansion Project, 2020 to present
✔ Hwy 17/Hwy 91 Interchange, 2021 to 2023
✔ Broadway Subway Corridor, 2022 to present