Due to site restrictions on available space, the Site Accommodation is double stacked to the rear of the site with very close overlooking neighbours. The upper tier of the units are above the height of the boundary wall and the team decided that grey welfare units are not an ideal sight to be looking at daily.
A local signage company was engaged to create something aesthetically pleasing by producing a mesh banner option that is lightweight, allowing wind to pass through.
A landscape image was selected for printing. Logos and advertising were avoided to keep the project as invisible as possible. A temporary steel support beam installed on the top of the units supports the hanging banner.
The banner measures 4m high and is 24m long. It was manufactured in a single unit to avoid aligning joints. We have received positive feed back from our neighbours on the banner as they feel the site is less intrusive on their daily lives.
Entry submitted by John Sisk & Son
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