GWP

Posted on May 08, 2017 at 11:22 AM

We were approached by our client to draw up a proposal for clear directional signage in and around their site. As a group of companies they had various logos; each with a set of installation challenges, as they were to be applied onto rigid cladding.

We needed to keep the signs uniform in their appearance, whilst differentiating between the individual companies. With this in mind, we designed a sign made up of individual raised lettering, which whilst in style looked uniform, kept the logos individual.

We also designed, manufactured and applied directional signs around the building.


Result

Very positive feedback from their staff, clients and suppliers, navigating their way around the site and a very professional first impression which was especially relevant when in November 2011 they had a Royal visit from HRH The Duke of Kent.


Testimonial

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