Links Amenity – 3d Metal Letters
At Hooper signs, we are enjoy being involved with local projects. There is something special about the feeling that you know hundreds or thousands of people will see your signage and find it useful. Every job doesn’t have to be flashing neon lights or full-colour illustrations.
The most important role of most signs is being informative and attractive.
As part of the redevelopments at Blyth beach, Blyth Valley Council designed an energy-efficient amenity building. The building will be for the community and become a new base for the lifeguards.
The signage we created was to help inform and guide visitors to the relevant sections. The powder-coated, built up symbols and letters we used were to identify the public toilets, information kiosk and the entrance into the building.
Other signage we developed was anti-vandal information signs.
This sign below is located at RADAR Toilet facility. Other signs of this type at this building explained the solar heating system for the external showers.