Our team at Spiral Colour have been hard at work creating a huge amount of panels for Adlington Independent Living.
Adlington Independent living is committed to providing luxury homes for discerning mature purchasers. Adlington is part of the respected Glad man Group, who have been in the development industry for 30 years and have offices in Cheshire, the North East and Scotland.
Before going ahead and creating the hoarding for Adlington, we sent an experienced team member to undergo a site survey. During the site survey, our team discussed different designs with Adlington and also took measurements.
The Job at Hand
The Spiral design team were commissioned to print and install hoarding at Adlington’s new development site in Southport. We were tasked with creating 42 hoarding panels. Each panel was created by using Dibond materials. Dibond is made by pressing two thin sheets of aluminium, sandwiching a rigid PVC in-between. Diobond is a great material to use for hoarding as it can last up to 7 years in outdoor weather conditions. We also coated each panel with an anti-graffiti laminate coating, making it easy and durable to clean.
During Adlington’s development project, they wanted to ensure that the public could regularly be updated. To do this, we added a peep hole for passer-by’s to look through.
Once the hoarding had been created at our headquarters, it was time to take them to be installed. The reason that we create hoarding at our headquarters is because it saves on time and costs for the end user.
At Spiral Colour, we use our own installation team to installing hoarding. This saves time and money for the end user as they won’t have to find and pay another company to install the hoarding. This method also means that we can oversee the project from start to finish and ensure that it is finished to the highest standard possible.
Contact Spiral Colour
Would you like to know more information about the services that we have available? Would you like to get in touch with our team? If so, please give us a call on 01625 435130. You can also get in touch by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.