Main contractor Bowmer & Kirkland successfully tendered for a £33 million project to create a new Faculty of Arts building for the University of Warwick. Graphic Arts Sign & Display were asked to produce 300 metres of high specification and hardwearing site hoarding to cover this area during the building works.
Wanting to showcase the creative arts, performance and visual arts offering in a very visual and eye-catching way, we recommended using aluminium composite panels with vibrant full colour printed and laminated graphics. Offering longevity and of a smart appearance, our suggestion was approved.
The wide-format site panels were printed in-house by Graphic Arts Sign & Display to a very tight deadline. As the site closely adjoined roadways, we also provided traffic management and planning to minimise any disruption caused during hoarding installation, which was completed successfully ahead of schedule.
Building Site Hoarding
Often in high traffic areas, site hoarding can offer opportunities to advertise as well as mask construction works. A thoughtful design can use impactful imagery and messaging to either promote the construction company, or end clients brand.