Archive for the ‘Council Signage’ Category

Impressive graphics for award winning Town Hall

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We were pleased to see that the recently refurbished Weston super Mare Town Hall has just picked up a national award as Public Building Retrofit Project of the Year at the recent Retro Expo awards. Working with Willmott Dixon Construction on the project, Create Signs supplied and fitted over 400 metres of wall graphics and glazing manifestations which helped transform the building into a bright, contemporary workplace and information centre.

Having recently invested in upgrading their digital print facility, Create Signs is reaping the rewards of the new technology and has been winning substantial contracts for public space decoration including Weston Town Hall, home of North Somerset Council.

The company delivered window and wall manifestation in both public and office space. Adhering to the colour scheme used for paint on the walls, pillars and fixtures around the building, we were able to reproduce the work in printed form and perfectly match the new scheme. Full colour print on etched vinyl for large expanses of window manifestation was used and married to matching printed vinyl that continues around the walls, delivering a seamless, colourful and practical job that enlivens a space used by both the general public and council workers.

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November 19th, 2012 at 3:38 pm

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Vote for Create Signs

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Bristol Mayoral Election and Police and Crime Commissioner Election Ballot Box

The Create team install the 4m high ballot box in the centre of Bristol

With voting day for Bristol’s Mayoral Election and Police and Crime Commissioner Election approaching rapidly, Bristol City Council asked us to supply an effective, awareness-raising structure for the city’s busy city centre.

Motorists and pedestrians will not fail to see our 4m tall ballot box and voting paper structure reminding residents to vote on 15th November.

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November 5th, 2012 at 11:18 am

Ferry good signs

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Bristol City Council aluminium tray sign

Bristol harbourside ferry sign

Possibly the best site survey ever?

Bristol City Council wanted to replace some rather tired looking signs around Bristol’s harbourside with some up-to-date maps and ferry information. On a calm and sunny day Create carried out site surveys of all the locations for the new signs in the harbour master’s boat – well, it saved walking the whole route!

The bespoke double-sided aluminium tray signs fitted to railings are now all in place so all that visitors to the historic harbour and docks need is some more of that sunshine…

More examples of our signs for local authorities

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May 24th, 2012 at 12:59 pm

Bristol City Council choose Create

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Bristol City Council museum exhibitiongraphics

I've got my beady little eye on you...

Bristol City Council have announced that Create Signs have won a contract to supply the council’s signage. The Create team are delighted that the council recognized that the company stood out from the competition and is able to meet the council’s many requirements to deliver a quality sign service.

“Create are able to offer the council an economic, efficient and sustainable sign service and we are incredibly proud that Bristol City Council has recognized that Create are one of the leading sign companies in the South West, able to deliver a first class service to a complex organisation such as the Council”, said Create partner Andrew Fogg. Projects already completed for the Council include some fantastic exhibition graphics for Bristol Museum and Art Gallery.

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November 7th, 2011 at 12:24 pm

M Shed Bristol – Worth the wait

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M Shed Bristol main sign

Fantastic new signs for the M Shed Bristol

At last it’s here! M Shed, the revamped Industrial Museum on Bristol’s harbourside, has opened following nearly 5 years of renovation.

Create Signs were delighted to have been asked to produce and install the external signage and internal wayfinding signs for this historic project. The signage, designed by culture and heritage specialists, SteersMcGillanEves, compliments the fantastic new internal spaces and will dazzle visitors to Bristol’s harbourside and revitalized Museum.

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June 16th, 2011 at 1:52 pm