Range of timber framed signs and interpertation
A sign and interpretation plan for Steart Peninsula, a new WWT site. The scheme needed to sit on an exposed site that spans 617 acres, whilst delivering a sympathetic, effective and affordable solution.
Over 50 signs fabricated predominantly from timber, incorporating acrylic and PVC, for use in multiple locations – from hides to raised walkways. We worked alongside the WWT and The Environment Agency to select locations, materials, designs and installation methods that would not just adhere to brand guidelines but also sit sensitively within the immediate landscape.
A robust interpretation and signage scheme that’s built to last, fits comfortably within its environment and provides a clean and concise experience for the user.
“We have worked with Parc Signs for many years on various projects. Their craftsmanship, quality of work, attention to detail and retrospective care is unbeatable. As well as supplying a high quality product they will also input creatively and practically. Their years of experience and creative thinking bring added value. You always know that you are in safe hands with Parc Signs.”