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Client: BP Collins Solicitors, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire

Materials: Company name beveled and built-up mirror polished marine grade stainless steel.

Strap-line and vertical blade satin brushed stainless steel, all located away from the brickwork using chromed brass male and female locators.

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Client: The Mac Man, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

Materials: Cladding existing small and unsightly rendered fascia and brickwork using Dibond trays, giving a clean and modern finish. The text is a combination of 10 year computer-cut vinyl and laminated digitally printed watermark with machine-cut and wet-sprayed 20mm thick Perspex logo following clients Pantone references.

 

 

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Client: Millsons, East Peckham, Tonbridge, Kent.

Materials: Dark grey ACM trays with two-parts which wrap around the side of building adding another dimension. Decorated in computer-cut vinyl including the large bright green strap-line.

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Client: Plastique, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

Materials: D/scaled stainless steel built-up logos. Secret fixed via half brackets through the returns onto internal plastic sub letters. Primed and spray-painted to given Pantone references.

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Client: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, Kent.

Materials: D/scaled stainless steel built-up logos. Secret fixed via half brackets through the returns onto internal plastic sub letters. Primed and spray-painted to given Pantone references.

Part of a large order of traditionally made bespoke Teak-oiled green oak informative lecterns manufactured and installed in various parks and public places throughout Tunbridge Wells.

A laminated digital print applied to an aluminium backing sheet, gasketed and glazed with clear polycarbonate.

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Client: Volta, City of London.

Materials: Soft vertical-grained stainless steel lettering fitted directly to clients marble reception desk using solid routed plastic sub letters very high bond taped to the counter.

The steel letters were slipped over the top securely bonded via tape meaning no damage, holes or disruptive noise during the fitting process.

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Client: Wall Guard Systems, East Peckham, Kent.

Materials: Branding clients new unit with folded aluminium trays and vinyl information, giving a clean and crisp look.

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Client: CK Litho, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

Materials: Edge to edge internally illuminated full colour digitally printed and liquid laminated flexi-face skin tensioned within the extruded aluminium box.

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Client: NHS Shared Business Services, Wakefield, West Yorkshire.

Materials: Large two part folded aluminium pan sign slip-jointed, polyester powder-coated. Decorated using computer-cut vinyl graphics fitted using a large cherry picker.

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Client: Steria Head Office, Reading, Berkshire.

Materials: Two identical folded Dibond pan signs, back to back encasing internal steel frame decorated with vinyl and digital detail. Fitted with censored spot lights for face illumination.

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Client: Fuggles Beer Cafe, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

Materials: Natural cedar wood planking and distressed company name with gold sub-letters deliberately located and screwed through the faces to give a different modern take on a retro style sign. Illuminated from above using circus lights.

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Client: Indianapolis Zoo, USA.

Materials: 10mm clear perspex CNC routed, bevelled and drilled with flame polished edges. Clients imagery mirror printed onto clear vinyl backed up with white and applied to the rear for protection.

We also fabricated the back box with various grill and speaker outlets which houses all the specialist electronics for the interactive information point sign.

This was one of many made for our client and destined for the Indianapolis Zoo in America.

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Client: Darwin Clayton, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

Materials: Post & Panel sign, totally fabricated from satin brushed stainless steel for a modern feel. Laminated digital print applied to face.

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Client: Sweetwoods Golf Club, Edenbridge, Kent.

Notes: Grain-effect steel Dibond letters which mimic satin brushed steel incredibly well. CNC routed, fitted via two-part nylon projecting locators.

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Client: Mavala, Sevenoaks, Kent.

Notes: Stencil cut aluminium internally illuminated two part box. Face tray has letters machined out, then backed up with opal perspex and translucent vinyl. Back box holds all the electrics and control gear. Sits to the side of the LED display unit. Both can be seen from the train as you pass through Sevenoaks.

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Client: NHS Shared Business Centre, Southampton.

Notes: Simple functional sign comprising of flat ACM panels with a laminated digital print, fitted directly to capped 76mm steel posts via aluminium road rail and steel clips.

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Client: Smith & Williamson, Salisbury, Wiltshire.

Materials: Traditional, robust, purpose-made, wrought iron projecting bracket. Supporting double-sided birch throughout plywood and 50mm bullnosed moulding and drip quandrants. All painted using Dulux weathershield system. Logo and text 10 year computer-cut vinyl .

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Client: Tunbridge Wells Rugby Club, Kent.

Materials: Score board with interchangeable numbered Dibond panels on rails. Standard road sign construction 76mm capped plastic coated aluminium legs with road rail to rear of ACM panel connected via steel clips. All information digitally printed and gloss laminated.

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Client: Smith & Williamson, Guildford, Surrey.

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Client: Ven Morgan and Silks Bespoke Furniture, Chapman Way, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

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