Keeping residents updated: life size cardboard cut out

Sites should constantly seek to keep local residents updated and informed throughout the project. 

This will help to build relationships within the local community and minimise frustrations or tensions.

Below is a creative example of how sites used signage to display important information:

  • A life size cardboard cut out of the project manager in branded PPE holding a blank sign, was displayed in various locations around the hospital;
  • Relevant information and updates were fixed to the sign and these were regularly updated;
  • The life-size signs aimed to ‘humanise’ the company’s presence in the hospital;
  • Contact details were also displayed.

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Monitor Report, Integrated Health Projects, London, June 2015


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