Fitzpatrick Woolmer was approached by Norfolk Wildlife Trust who required entrance, wayfinding and interpretation signage for Weeting Heath nature reserve.
The Trust has a very strong brand and it was important that any printing technique could accommodate the faithful reproduction of colours and graphics.
A hierarchy of signs was created for Weeting Heath, from simple badging signs and directional signs made of Dibond to more robust welcome signs and interpretation signs manufactured from oak.
Entrance signs were supplied from the Bowman™ range, whilst interpretation was displayed in Musketeer™ lecterns, making them accessible to children and wheelchair users.
Internal wall graphics were also supplied for the visitor centre, printed directly to Foamex for ease of installation and replacement.
n-Viro™ graphic panels were printed from customer-supplied artwork and carry a 10-year guarantee against fading.
Fitzpatrick Woolmer is able to print onto a variety of materials using a direct-to-substrate printer without the risk of delamination and is confident of the strength and accuracy of colours and high resolution print quality.