The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation employes over 1,000 people in research, education, and manufacture around nuclear technology.
Singleton Moore Signs was engaged to design and produce a full wayfinding package across ANSTO’s 500 hectare Lucas Heights campus. The rollout was to allow effective pedestrian and vehicular movement into, around, and from various facilities on the campus.
We manufactured 6 large directory boards, around 80 wayfinding and directional signs, and approximately 50 building identification signs.
Each sign was installed in a considered location and orientation across the campus. Installation was completed with accompanying civil works, removal and disposal of old redundant signage and repatriation works.
The project was completed in a 6 week timeframe and continues to assist researchers, educators, and visitors to successfully navigate the ANSTO facility.