The franchise owner of Signs Express (Aberdeen) has helped the re-branding of local shopping mall The Trinity Centre, by installing over 120 signs in just two weeks.

The team at Signs Express (Aberdeen) worked to tight deadlines in order to re-brand all the signage inside and out of The Mall Trinity. This work was completed in advance of the recent re-launch of the centre back to its original name of The Trinity Centre.

The full re-brand of the shopping centre required numerous signage solutions and included over 250 square metres of vinyl to be printed and laminated. The new signs included cut and printed vinyl graphics in lifts and on doors, cash and pay machines along with car park barriers; interior and exterior sign trays and inserts for light boxes and directories; wall panel displays; and exterior street banners.

Linda Stewart, Manager of Trinity Centre, said: “With over 120 signs required to complete the re-brand, the two week installation was only part of the process. Jim Gifford, Signs Express (Aberdeen) centre owner, along with his team also needed to use their expertise to manufacture the signs over a three week period in advance of installing the majority of the signs outside of the shopping centre’s opening times. This meant working through the night, in close cooperation with the Trinity Centre staff, to get the work completed in time for our big opening.”

Jim Gifford, franchise owner of Signs Express (Aberdeen), added: “To keep within the two week installation period, we had to manage our time as efficiently and productively as possible. As well as having time constraints, the project also had some interesting logistical challenges to overcome so that we could ensure that everything was installed on time. For example, we needed to close roads to install the roadside signs and use a variety of powered access platforms and scaffold towers to access the many and varied sites inside and outside of the centre. This has been a very satisfying project to work on and we are delighted with the finished effect.”

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