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.
Hospital Wall Art
This is the latest stage in an ongoing series of projects carbon colour have undertaken in the Hillingdon Hospital. Managed by gbs healthcare entitled ‘Enhancing the Environment’ these strikingly bold panels are being implemented across parts of the Hillingdon Hospital.
If you would would like to discuss how carbon colour can implement new wall art in your workplace or environment then get in touch now.
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Young patients at Hillingdon Hospital will now benefit from fabulous graphical wall art in the newly revamped accident and emergency (A&E) ward that was officially opened in July 2016.
The re-designed children’s emergency ward was refurbished as part of a £5million investment in the Uxbridge hospital for women’s and children’s services. It was opened at midday by the longest serving paediatric nurse in A&E alongside the first young patients using the ward.
Shane DeGaris, the chief executive of The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust which runs the hospital told getwestlondon “The new surroundings provide an impressive, bright and modern space with bigger bed bays and colourful graphics which will help ensure a more pleasant and comfortable experience for our young patients.”
carbon colour not only helps design, artwork and manufacture great wall art, but we install it too.
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The Draft Northamptonshire Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) Report 2015 went out for public consultation on 9 December 2014.
PNAs are used by the NHS to decide whether to approve applications for new pharmacies and it is used by commissioners to identify local health needs that could be addressed by pharmacy services.
Northamptonshire County Council was consulting on pharmaceutical service needs in the area and so residents were invited to have their say.
Anyone who uses local pharmaceutical services, e.g. chemists, is encouraged to comment on a draft PNA by completing an online survey. The consultation was open from December to February 2015 – the survey link can be found online at www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/PNA
We produced a reply envelope and managed the response process, produced a colour executive summary, a poster, packed with a handful of questionnaires and posted these all out together with a covering letter all in a matter of days.
We all have a stake in how government budgets are spent on documents, signage and printed matter and whilst not every element of government supports its local economy that can’t be used as a criticism against our local councils.
Carbon Colour have undertaken document and signage print projects for Oxfordshire County Council, the Vale and South Oxfordshire District Councils and for Oxford City; amongst others.