Site Signage on Hooks

Construction sites’ appearance are a window into the industry for all those who walk past. A clean and tidy appearance projects a professional image of the industry and eases relations with the local community. Sites often have issues with graffiti and vandalism and must remain vigilant against such practices to maintain an appealing image.

See the examples below for how one site addressed this:

  • The site had problems with vandalism occurring when the site was unattended, leading to significant costs for replacement signage.
  • Signage has therefore been mounted on hooks so it can be removed from the Heras fencing.
  • A site labourer is responsible for putting the signs out in the morning and taking them in at night.
  • The only sign visible after hours is the 24-hour contact details sign, which is placed behind Perspex for protection from vandalism.

This simple but effective system clears up the site appearance and saves the contractor the expense of replacing vandalised signage.

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Monitor report. Robertson Partnership Homes Ltd. Edinburgh. June 2017.


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