We were fortunate enough to be involved in some great signage projects in 2015, from one-off jobs to ongoing works for our key clients. Great looking projects often result in some very attractive photos and last year was no different, so here’s a look back at some of our top images from 2015.
Church Street is a bustling marketplace in London’s city centre. We manufactured and installed two 7-metre high illuminated totem signs, one at each end of the Market area. Each letter face panel is glass, with the lettering engraved and then infilled black. The bright letter tiles contrast the matte-finish stainless steel cladding of the main sign body.
We worked extensively with Nationwide Building Society in 2015 to implement their new branding structure, including various prototyping works and design development of new signage products. Following a successful store fit-out at their Croft branch located within their Swindon headquarters, we implemented new signage at many branches across the country.
British Land’s extensive property portfolio was in need of a new signage family; we aided the construction design development phase before fabricating and installing all signage across their retail parks. The naturally-shaped signs are comprised of a GRP body with internal illumination and polycarbonate face panels.
We aided the design development and construction design phases for a new wayfinding signage programme at London’s St. Pancras station, featuring the latest energy-saving LED technology and easy-change wayfinding panels. Following development we carried out implementation of the signage package.
We were tasked with the design, manufacture and installation management of a comprehensive wayfinding signage package for the 2015 European Games held in Baku. This vast scheme consisted of over 30,000 signs and 33,000 vinyl. The majority of manufacture was undertaken at our printing facility located near our Glasgow Head Office, and all the product was completed it was flown out to Baku for installation.
This stunning brand new venue is located in the Centre of Glasgow is part of the SECC complex. We implemented their VIP entrance complex consisting of illuminated totem signs, banner systems and strip lighting in the roof panels. The newly-installed lighting elements tie in with the building’s main fascia lighting’s colour-change capabilities, to create a diverse and dynamic entrance feature.
In continuation of our longstanding successful relationship with Marks & Spencer, we recently manufactured and installed new-branding external signage at their Anniesland store in Glasgow. This consisted of halo-illuminated main fascia signage, trolley shelter vinyl and window display units.
This is an ongoing project to roll out the station’s new wayfinding programme, consisting of very high quality signage featuring architectural stainless steel construction. Suspended customer information screens combined with platform numbers are spaced out on each platform, with each one having its own design due to the wave canopy from which they are all suspended. Therefore no two structures are the same and each needs its own design development.
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