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Our customer Richard Crookes Constructions has been charged with delivering this project at the University of Wollongong. The project managers selected hoarding banners from Fence Banner Mesh to promote the exciting new multi-purpose space.
The University of Wollongong is undergoing a series of development projects including the delivery of a new social sciences building. Richard Crookes Constructions will deliver a space that encourages collaborative and engaging learning. Specialist teaching spaces, academic workplaces and informal collaboration spaces make up the 10,000sqm floor area. The building consists of four levels plus an additional plant room area.
Richard Crookes Constructions required a highly professional quality printed banner to promote the new building and brand their site hoarding. Richard Crookes Constructions operates throughout NSW and the ACT and is a large family-owned business that values quality and attention to detail. Therefore, the vinyl banners chosen to market the site needed to have an excellent finish. Richard Crookes Constructions also required professional installation, and Fence Banner Mesh was able to deliver.
The team at Fence Banner Mesh have extensive experience in designing, printing and installing banner mesh and vinyl on building sites. Our solution for Richard Crookes Constructions was a high fidelity vinyl banner print advertising the design of the finished project.
The high-quality PVC vinyl sheeting is smooth and opaque, and therefore images are reproduced in brilliant full colour. For this project, Fence Banner Mesh installed the banners, which were edged with Kedar rope. This is a thick rope that easily slides into a slot in aluminium sail track. This method of stretching vinyl banners creates a taut, flat surface.
Vinyl banners are a simple yet high impact advertising solution. Available in custom sizing, workers can easily fix them to any sized hoarding or temporary fence. They come hemmed and eyeletted complete with kedar edging and are UV and water resistant.
PVC Vinyl banners can be used to promote products & services, infrastructure projects, sporting events and more. Fence Banner Mesh prints vinyl hoarding banners and temporary fence installations Australia wide.
The University of Wollongong Western Building project is scheduled for completion in 2019.
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About the Project: Our customer Richard Crookes Constructions has been charged with delivering this project at the University of Wollongong. The project managers selected hoarding banners from Fence Banner Mesh to promote the exciting new...read more