Monoliths

J H Haskins, Shepton Mallet, Somerset

The Haskins name has been at the fore front of the local economy for over 70 years. The Haskins Group includes Retail, Trading Estate, Car Dealership, Hotel & other property interests in the area.

Signs Now were approached by them at the end of 2017 & they were looking to rebrand their identity to give a more up to date look to their business. We discussed their requirements and put them in touch with a trusted design agency who we have worked with over the years.

Once proposals were agreed we then suggested many options to undertake this new branding across the main Retail Park site. Given the size of the project we had to look at ways to be able to re-use existing structures where we could, thus providing savings.

The completed project & brand was launched in August 2018 with a very impressive range of external building & free-standing signs.

Salvation Army, Croydon

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The Salvation Army in Croydon were looking to enhance the visibility of their building. In spite of being based on a busy road, they wanted to improve the awareness of local people that they were there.

The solution was a monoflat sign with an illuminated menu case and fret cut detail. This not only meant that the sign was visible day and night, but they are also able to change the contents for events and to promote groups and regular meetings.

Syntec Projects, Islington

Syntec Projects based in West South West are contractors and shopfitters who were working on a project in Islington when they contacted Signs Now. City Wharf is an apartment complex and they required directional signage to inform people of which entrance to use.

They were looking for a sign with a matt finish and our solution was a monoflat sign in aluminium with white and gold vinyl applied. This gave a high quality look in keeping with the exclusive look of the apartment complex itself.

Claremont High School

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Claremont High School in Harrow is an outstanding school which required outstanding signage. Working with a budget of £5000 we filled the school with as much celebratory signage we could by first replacing old signage and then introducing some new ones. These included monocurve signs, office tech and projecting banners.

St Joseph’s – Slough

Signs Now were contacted by the school asking for a free-standing sign, which needed to be completed as soon as possible. Lee Patel quoted for a monocurve standing 3000mm tall and 1500mm wide. The monocurve was completed with our modern brushed silver finish panels to both sides and vinyl graphics. The trims of the curve were powder coated to tie in with the school colours.