The majority of the signage for Glenshee was mainly external and included: A double sided feature entrance sign constructed from pressure treated timber and galvanised steel
Flat cut aluminium painted letters
Double sided timber projecting signs
Aluminium composite panels with vinyl detail for the 14 tows, ski hire and ticket sales.
For the Lecht Ski Company Signs Express (Falkirk) produced both internal and external signage which included:
A complete internal directory system for their recently constructed building produced from Slatz system.
Aluminium composite panels for their main signage, ski tows and external directory signs.
Flat cut painted aluminium letters on the main building
From first contact at the end of 2008, all signs were fitted by the end of January 2009 for both companies.
Signs Express (Falkirk) were later contacted by Comunn na Gàidhlig to produce and install signage for Glencoe Ski Centre for a wide range of external bi-lingual signs which was successfully completed in May 2009. Signage included:
Free standing signs at main entrance
Digitally printed piste map signs
Finger pointing signage for the tows
The design work was carried out by Frame in Glasgow
Donald Morris of Comunn na Gàidhlig said, "We are happy to work with all signs companies and through the Ski Centres Project we established a productive working relationship with Signs Express (Falkirk). Ultimately they assisted us in our aim of normalising the Gaelic Language through using bilingual signs".
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