Nottinghamshire Police Force contacted us to help them with a project to launch their Alliance against Violence campaign. The campaign forms part of the forces strategy on violent crime and encompasses hate crime, robbery, domestic violence, and crime which take place during the evenings and in public spaces.
We attended a site survey at the Guildhall in Nottingham from which we recommended a series of giant external mesh PVC banners with reinforced edges, hemmed and eyeleted and hung using a steel tension wire system and bungee cords.
Our IPAF accredited team of installers used an articulated boom to a working height of around 15 metres, and to make the job all the more challenging, due to the location of the site, on a busy five lane one-way traffic system, the access boom required a traffic escort, once in place we barriered off the area with an alternative route given to traffic. We have an interesting CCTV film of the full install watch it below.
Charnwood Campus approached us to design, produce and install a full suite of outdoor wayfinding and decorative graphics. Charnwood Campus…
Flamingo LandSignage and wayfinding OLD,
The hugely successful Flamingo Land resort in North Yorkshire had a wide range of wayfinding graphics that had evolved over…
Burleigh PotteryFabric Displays, Wall Graphics,
Working alongside Blockley Design to promote the world famous Burleigh Pottery, we brought their visitors centre to life.