Identifying Graffiti ‘Tags’

Graffiti can have a very negative impact on the image of a construction site, in addition to damaging hoardings. 

If not promptly removed, it can send out the wrong ‘message’ about the constructors’ level of consideration towards the community.

Measures put in place to tackle graffiti include:

  • Prior to painting out graffiti on site hoardings, photographs were taken and made available to the police, to see if they could identify the individual ‘tags’;
  • Site managers arranged for a glass mural over the areas most suffering graffiti, which helped to prevent future issues.

Footer Reference

Considerate Constructors Scheme. Company Registration Examples of Good Practice, 2014


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