We have recently completed work on signage around one of our client’s various offices, along with community centres and halls across London.
Peabody is one of the oldest and largest housing associations in London, with over 55,000 homes across London and the South East, housing over 111,000 residents.
As well as providing housing, Peabody also deliver and support a wide range of community programmes for Londoners.
We were asked to produce and install various signs across 17 sites in London.
The work ranges from rebranding the signage at Peabody’s offices to installing Peabody ownership plaques at community centres and halls.
What we did
All external signs were produced from aluminium and wet coated in a paint that we took great care in matching to a pantone reference supplied by Peabody following a rebrand.
We also supplied and installed window manifestations and graphics, large external tensions banners, wall wraps and vinyl lettering.
During the early stages of the enquiry, our Signage Account Manager Stephen conducted site surveys at all sites and advised on the locations and specifications of the signs we deemed most suitable, along with requests from Peabody.
The project was then managed from initial surveys through to production and installation.
Peabody has been an existing client of ours for a long time, but this is the first time we have supplied signage for this client.
Despite this, we have the knowledge and confidence to take on projects of this nature and size knowing we can deliver exactly what the client requires.
74-82 Rose Lane,
Tel: 0151 724 7000
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Tomo Industrial Estate,
Packet Boat Lane,
Tel: 01895 462462
Fax: 01895 420911