Cruising through the project
As part of a £5m refurbishment project at the Queen Elizabeth II Cruise Terminal in Southampton, Signs Express (Southampton) produced and installed a vast range of signs and graphics across the hugely improved terminal.
Working closely with the Associated British Ports team based in Southampton, Signs Express produced and installed a range of signage at the terminal including wayfinding and directional signage, Health & Safety signs and informative banners and graphics. The massive project followed significant investments from ABP Port of Southampton and Carnival UK, and are designed to ensure that the terminal will continue to provide the best possible service as passenger and vessel numbers steadily grow. Owner of Signs Express (Southampton), Mark Kendall, commented, 'We are experts in our field and are always prepared to go above and beyond what is expected by our clients. For this project we really understood that passengers in the terminal will not only want a clean and bright atmosphere, but they also want their trip to be stress-free, so our wayfinding signage had to be easy to follow and top quality.' This is not the first time Signs Express (Southampton) have been involved in the improvement of the city's cruise facilities. Indeed, in April 2015, the team also designed, produced and installed all of the signage required for the multi-million-pound revamp of the Mayflower Cruise Terminal. If you have any signage requirements, Signs Express (Southampton) has the ability to accomplish any project large or small, so give them a call today on 023 8022 7676.