Blackpool based Links Signs & Graphics Ltd and national construction SME of the year, Create Construction, also based in Blackpool, have teamed up to work together to highlight the development of a multi-million pound student accommodation project in Liverpool.
The graphics for the project, which was one of the biggest ever undertaken by the firm, saw Links Signs & Graphics produce over 400 square meters of self-adhesive vinyl graphics, which were then applied to hoardings around the perimeter of the building site. The hoardings tell the story of the development and what the new facility will contain.
Carl Bennett, Director, Links Signs & Graphics said: “We are delighted to have successfully completed another huge project. The team has worked incredibly hard and the end product looks fantastic. It is also very gratifying to know that Create Construction is also pleased with the graphics produced, which in turn strengthens our working relationship with them.
“The graphics were produced over a three-day period, whilst it then took a team of four a further three days to install the graphics at the Liverpool site.”
Adrian Tottey, Managing Director, Create Construction added: “We are very pleased with the fantastic work done by our local company, Links Signs & Graphics. We have used them for all our signage for quite a while and the high quality adhesive signage they provided and installed at our new Liverpool site is testimony to the quality work they provide. This is particularly important, since their graphics will be seen by thousands of people every day.
“The Weavers, Norton Street Liverpool is our largest project to date at £36 million. The scheme, on behalf of NR Orion LLP, part of the Niveda Group, includes the construction of 738 student bedrooms, with high specification social areas, gym, laundry and ground floor retail units.’’
Established in 2007, Links Signs & Graphics employs ten people and provides high-quality bespoke signs and graphics for a wide range of purposes, including; external signs, window graphics, vehicle graphics and banners.