Project Print Management pulled together this printed hoarding design for Westminster Abbey. It replaces traditional sign writing graphics installed in April and intended to remain in-situ for a year but requiring replacement due to construction work.
“To avoid this happening again we created the new hoarding so the design was on either two, three or four panels, as opposed to one continuous design,” said Project Print Management’s Justin Murray. “This is so that when the construction site morphs, the hoarding design can also be altered without having an impact on the overall design. This ensures the hoarding panels can be reused during the course of the building project.”
This new hoarding has been digitally printed onto 3mm aluminium composite panels and over-laminated with an anti-graffiti film for additional protection.
“As this hoarding is right in front of the abbey entrance we needed an early start to install it,” added Murray. “We arrived at 5.45am and managed to get most of the panels up by 11am.”