As many businesses start the process of returning to normal it has been ‘full steam ahead’ at Exeter’s Princesshay Shopping Centre where Signs Express Exeter have been helping by producing a wide range of signage relating to safety and Social Distancing measures ahead of many of the Centre’s shops re-opening to the public on Monday 15th June as lockdown eases.
Items included floor graphics, directional signs, message for bins and pillars as well various banners and information signs – all intended to welcome customers back to the shopping centre whilst reinforcing the governments Social Distancing message and maximising safety for all.
Read more about stores preparing to reopen at Princesshay Shopping Centre here
The work undertaken by Princesshay is also being accompanied by extensive preparations in the City Centre by Exeter City Council to welcome the public back into the city as more businesses re-open. Signs Express have been involved with this in supplying a range of stencils and marking materials to the Council for this work.
Watch Exeter City Council's Leader discuss the recovery in Exeter here
Signs Express in Exeter are able to supply and install a wide range of warning and safety signage relating to the Coronavirus Pandemic and helping you make your business or organisation, be it retail, office, manufacturing, hospitality or leisure, Covid-19 secure.
Examples include floor graphics & marking tapes, Wall graphics, Pavement boards & roll-up banners with warning & information messages, Stencils, Sneeze/Cough Screens, Free-standing screens & barriers to enable safe working.
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