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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

Tracking the Create Fleet

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The reality of running a business today means trying to make efficiencies in every area of our operations. To improve sustainability and uphold our Duty of Care to employees we have been using Tracker systems in our fleet vehicles for several years. We’ve recently received lots of coverage as a case study to show how Create’s use of telematic systems has improved the efficiency of our signage installation business.

Fleet News
Motortrade News
Business Car Manager
Fleet World
3D Car Shows Online

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May 17th, 2012 at 9:13 am

Kick off for Molineaux Stadium

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Working to strict deadlines is what we do and we were working up the wire to make sure the wayfinding and health and safety signs for the first phase of the new north stand at Molineaux Stadium were complete for Wolves’ Premier League game against Tottenham on Saturday. We were delighted to be working with Buckingham Group on the project and hope all continues to go well for the next phase. The fans all seemed very happy with the new facilities too – shame about the score though…

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September 13th, 2011 at 1:41 pm

A quick turnaround for Unite

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40m hoarding for Unite Student Housing Manchester

Hoarding installation for Unite Manchester

Student Housing provider Unite are expanding their property portfolio across the UK and while work continues to complete the new building in Manchester by September, Create installed a 40 metre hoarding around the site. The hoarding was completed in just 4 days from being given the go ahead by the client and the result is a great showcase for the development, showing images of the interiors of the accommodation together with Unite branding.

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March 24th, 2011 at 1:00 pm

Take me to the water

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Feeling sluggish after the holiday season? Why not take the revitalising waters at the Roman Baths in the beautiful city of Bath. While you’re there you can check out our stunning digital canvas prints that greet visitors on arrival. Create printed and installed the six 4m x 2.4m prints designed by SteersMcGillan Eves. Each print shows an aspect of the Roman Baths encouraging visitors to explore the building’s many attractions.

Roman Baths digital print on canvas

The Roman Baths entrance

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January 11th, 2011 at 10:44 am

Hanging out at the University of Wales

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Aluminium flat cut letters

A-Z of sign installation

Signage for the University of Wales Newport City Centre Campus is now complete. Working with Willmott Dixon, Create produced and installed campus-wide signage for this landmark new building, which involved abseiling from the internal roof of the atrium to apply flat cut letters to the balconies.

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November 11th, 2010 at 2:41 pm

What a whopper!

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Lambert Smith Hampton To Let banner

Giant banner installation

Big, bigger, biggest! Just installed our biggest ever banner for Lambert Smith Hampton at the former Tesco distribution centre at Chepstow. Lucky we’ve got a head for heights…

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July 9th, 2010 at 9:05 am