construction

exterior hoardings

We get asked to produce one off Hoardings regularly – some are very simple signs advertising an event, a forthcoming site or for brand reinforcement.  Because we can install a mixture of cut vinyl, printed and contour cut vinyl as well as mounted panels our clients get a totally flexible approach – which brings with it the attitude towards exterior hoardings that we apply to all the work we do.  Can we make it better, is there a more effective way to approach a particular problem or can we offer suggestions that make something work better.

Many of the huge hoardings you pass as you go through Milton Park have been manufactured and installed by carbon colour for MEPC the owners of the park.  The wind breaks under the tent are a perfect example of how all the processes we offer can be brought together and used to good effect.  Whilst the big blue hoardings on the first roundabout have been made to last and cope with the ravages of the Oxfordshire weather.

 

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construction

Much of our work is done during different phases of construction.  From wrapping a scaffolded building whilst work is being done, or adding graphics along hoardings on a site during refurbishment, to providing artworks and printing wall paper that gets applied along corridors in new build premises.

Our installation team are used to working in all sorts of different environments, with different trades and clientele.  One minute they might find themselves building a temporary exhibition stand in the Japanese embassy in Piccadilly and the next in a secure site at an NHS hospital.

 

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MEPC

Signage and hoarding display work for one of the UK’s most successful owners of large scale business parks.

MEPC

We have produced a wide range of ad-hoc display work for launches, special events, rental opportunities and openings for MEPC and have partnered with them to help provide business collateral as and when required.

Like everyone – when a new brand identity is launched – a lot of new and replacement material needs to be introduced.

 

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