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Fence Banner Mesh provided developers Parkview with over 300 square metres of vinyl jumpform banners.
Our customer Parkview are currently working on a residential building development which is located at 286 Sussex Street, Sydney NSW. The development is valued at $90 million and will ultimately serve sectors including residential, commercial and retail. Not only will this impressive building have 152 hotel suites but also residential apartments. Additionally, the apartments will span across 25 levels. What’s more, the plans include amenities such as gyms, swimming pools and underground parking.
With ground space in short supply and 25 floors to construct, Parkview looked at a vertical construction system. They chose a jumpform climbing form system to construct the vertical elements of the development. This highly productive system increased speed and efficiency of the build whilst minimizing crane and labour time. Additionally, the robust modular system allowed workers to achieve a high quality surface finish on this project.
Given these points, Parkview’s project managers decided to take advantage of the jumpform as a communication tool. The highly visible location in Sydney’s bustling Sussex Street presented a prime opportunity to illustrate the company’s brand. Parkview therefore identified jumpform banners as a way to provide large format advertising.
During the construction of the building, Parkview contacted Fence Banner Mesh to create custom printed vinyl jumpform banners for their site. Production of 330 square metres of banners took just 7 days, and additionally installation also seven days. Fence Banner Mesh attached silver aluminium sail tracking to the jumpform banners, thereby enabling easy installation. attach the banners to the jumpform, thereby providing a smooth clean finish once installed.
Vinyl jumpform banners are attention-grabbing and therefore high impact, whilst being inexpensive. Typically used on construction site hoarding, these jumpform banners used at the Sussex Street development had a high impact print. The banners are lightweight and reusable, therefore making them versatile for different projects.
Fence Banner Mesh creates jumpform banners and hoarding banners in any size you need. With our friendly team offering help with artwork, we can create a banner with your unique brand messages. PVC vinyl banners are one of our most sought after banner materials. The substrate offers high fidelity print finish on 100% block-out PVC vinyl. In addition to aluminium sail tracking as used on this project, we can also offer a hemmed and eyeletted finish and kedar edging.
The project is due for completion in 2019.
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