Govia came to us for advice on platform signage.
Many stations had faded signs that needed to be replaced with a new, more durable product.
Additionally, our studio design team was tasked with introducing new signage ideas.
Our proposals needed to be approved by Govia before we could proceed to manufacture.
We presented innovative signage ideas to their Safety Risk Specialists.
We recommended new materials and sign substrates they hadn’t previously used across the railway network. It was agreed that these new signs would be rolled out across coastal stations around the Southeast.
Once we had demonstrated our product quality and first-class customer service we received further requests for new signage, including the installation of new electrification warning signs at one of the depots.
All our signs are manufactured with UV resistant ink and a premium laminate for added longevity. This means Govia enjoys excellent value for money, with signs that stay looking good for longer.
One of our installations for Govia included fitting new signs at a rail depot in the south east.
Our membership of the British Sign and Graphics Association and the railway industry accreditation RISQS, demonstrates our commitment to safety