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Branded Scaffold Sheeting

Morgan Sindall are currently redeveloping a prominent historic six-storey West End office building for Legal & General Properties. One of the major challenges faced by the site team was how they were going to maximise the brand opportunities for their client.

Scaffold Sheeting

As the site would require scaffold sheeting the Morgan Sindall site team contacted Protec and various different options were discussed. Protec have the facility to digitally print directly onto our scaffold sheeting to create much larger graphic images, without the restrictions of logo size or repeat length. In addition to the high quality print, as little as one single 2m x 45m roll can be produced.

Scaffold Sheeting

Both the site and the client were delighted with the results. Project Manager Alan Bush said:

"Due to the particular branding requested by the client; Digiscaff provided an excellent solution for displaying multiple logos and information on scaffold structure. We were very pleased with both the support provided by Protec and the quality of the print and product. When fitting Digiscaff we found out that we needed extra 3 rolls to provide full coverage, this was provided within just a few days providing an excellent after service."

Any site that requires scaffold sheeting, particularly inner city or urban locations can provide a dramatic and unrivalled communication opportunity for either you or your client. Often the equivalent of thousands of pounds worth of space in conventional media is left blank when it could be used so much more effectively and at a modest cost.

As part of this service Protec provide a full graphic design service and custom printed materials can be delivered to site in as little as 7 days.
Call us FREE on Freephone 0800 834704 and allow us to assist your site. Why waste valuable media space?

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