We were approached by a freelance designer who was involved in the design and development of a local park footbridge.
After being in contact with other Sign companies who were unable to help, Claire contacted us with the idea, and we were more than happy to guide her down the right path, working through viable options, design, spec changes and suitable fixing applications.
Early stage feedback we received: “Excellent Dave that’s amazing. It’s so refreshing to deal with someone who goes the extra mile to problem solve. You are a rare breed! I will feedback once I’ve been through it with the team.”
This project involved supplying prototypes, artwork amendments, in house testing to find the most suitable materials, from this, we came to the conclusion that Photo anodised Aluminium would be the most suitable application.
The finished products looked outstanding, unfortunately, there has been a delay in the construction of the bridge on to which the plaques are to be fitted. Photos show Plaques prior to leaving the Lewis Howes factory.