Buildings never look their best during renovation or covered with scaffolding, wrapping a building with large full colour printed mesh banners can make a dramatic improvement keeping the development work out of sight. On occasion the wrap has recreated the view that the scaffolding and work has obscured.
WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
Building wraps are essentially extra large banners hung from scaffolding or the wall to cover or wrap a building.
Any building can be transformed by a building wrap that will project an image that promotes the development under construction or advertises products and services. The building wrap is an advertising method that demands attention and works 24/7.
Banners the size of a building need careful construction to ensure the message is delivered both safely and effectively. We use a mesh pvc material designed for strength, durability and with a perforated surface the wind-loading on the banner is dramatically reduced. Welded joins, reinforced stitched hems with metal eyelets make a suitably robust construction. The image printed on the banner in fade resistant UV cured ink is of excellent quality and will last for years.
Cliveden House is a Grade I stately home set upon 376 acres of National Trust grounds and is a luxurious five-star hotel. Standing majestically upon the chalk cliffs which lend the house its name, the house commands panoramic views over the Berkshire countryside.
Working with the main contractor we produced and installed a mesh pvc wrap and laminated printed aluminium composite sheets to clad the south terrace of cliveden hose whilst it under went major restoration. The national trust were so pleased with the results we were also asked to mask the builders canteen which was also visible to visitors.
When we undertook this project it was the largest banner we had installed to date measuring approximately 78m x 8m
Intu are the ultimate family entertainment destinations combining ‘real’ snow slopes with urban and lifestyle retailers, cool bars and restaurants, cinema, family attractions and extreme activities, all under one roof.
This exterior graphic was approximately 60m x 11m and was supplied in 300 self adhesive vinyl sections 2m x 1100mm
the law society
Working with the main contractor we produced and installed all of the pvc mesh and hoarding graphic panels required to completely clad the law society in central london whilst it was undergoing restoration.
The project required approximately 1200 square meters of printed pvc mesh and 80m of printed and laminated aluminium composite sheets.
treetop adventure golf
Treetop Adventure Golf is an indoor family orientated mini-golf course in the St Davids shopping centre in Cardiff.
We were contracted to print and install this large self adhesive graphic to a vacant retail unit advertising the soon to be opened attraction. The finished size was approximately 12m x 8m