Tuesday, July 26, 2011

News: Signs of further growth


Signs Express has taken on a number of high profile contracts after expanding into the market to cover the whole of Sheffield.

With their production base at Templeborough, business owners Steve & Carol Morris have seen consistent growth and expanded in November last year.

Following a rebrand, South Yorkshire's heavy engineering steel plant Sheffield Forgemasters International Ltd commissioned Signs Express (Sheffield) to provide new signage for the company's buildings.

Attractive stainless steel lettering was chosen and was to be installed at a height of over 23 metres.

Dominating the Brightside area of East Sheffield, the buildings posed their own challenges to the installation. Getting the first sign on to the Bagging Plant building required truck mounted powered boom assistance.

Steve Morris said: "We worked closely with the team at Forgemasters throughout the project, right up to Chief Executive level. We take an active part in developing the specifications for all of our projects and implementation plans."

Continuing their work with Museums Sheffield, Signs Express has also installed a large format suspended sign to the entrance of their Millennium Gallery.

Taking two days to install, the box sign is suspended from the vaulted roof at the entrance of the gallery and is illuminated using energy efficient LED lights, creating a fantastic focal point to the modern glass fronted building.

Signs Express website

Images: signsexpress.co.uk


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