With the NSW Government undertaking one of the largest transport infrastructure projects to ever run through the CBD with the introduction of the new light rail network, it was necessary to introduce a dynamic, flexible, and portable temporary wayfinding and directional signage package.
Who better to align with on this project than Singleton Moore Signs? The CBD Temporary Wayfinding project was another project where our good friends over at BrandCulture were also engaged as technical advisors.
Not only could we manufacture over 500 signs in three weeks, we could also mobilise installation teams that could complete the onsite work in 3 days, including the use of heavy lifting and various access equipment, all done in accordance with OH&S and City permitted guidelines. Installations included out-of-hours access on train station platforms and some city roads.
Signs were manufactured from various materials and techniques such as direct-to-surface digital printed fluted plastic, PVC plastics, and composite aluminium; all controlled inhouse by our highly skilled team.
We also had the challenge of designing and manufacturing custom bespoke metal brackets so the signs could fit the various existing pole types within the CBD.
The project was delivered on time with the client acknowledging our exceptional service and outstanding commitment to every detail in managing these works.