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Shop signs, printed Dibond for outlets and the warehouse located around the six towns of Bury to be in keeping with the new Acrylic signs of the hospice.
New Signs For the Hospice.
Bury Hospice asked us if we would design and install the signage in the new hospice.
Our design team had discussions with the chief executive of the hospice to understand the requirements needed.
The new hospice consists of 12 bedrooms compared to the five in the old building.
Other facilities are visitor’s rooms for relatives to stay, a family dining area and a quiet room for reflection.
Outstanding care is provided from the new in patient day care department, the hospice also has provision for an out patients department and provide at home support.
It was decided that the internal signs needed to provide information and navigation required a modern fresh look that would be in keeping with the building, so direct printed acrylic signs, with the hospice logo on was produced and located, to make it easy to navigate to any room or department in the hospice.
Outdoor signs from printed Dibond sign boards, mounted to the post signage, were developed to incorporate the logo and style from the internal signs.
The new Centre has already been put forward for an award from Bury Council as best community building project.
GJ Plastics then moved onto designing and installing the shop signs for the four outlets and the warehouse located around the six towns of Bury to be in keeping with the new identity of the hospice.
The shop signs were designed and made from printed dibond and installed by GJ Plastics.
All the signage for the hospice from external and internal through to directional information signs were created, printed, manufactured and installed by the GJ Plastics Team.
The cost of this project was heavily supported by GJ Plastics.
Graham Croston managing director stated “we are very proud to support such a worthy project which will serve the people in the six towns of Bury for many years to come”.