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21/05/2015

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NZ Blood Service Signage, Christchurch

The New Zealand Blood Service have recently moved from Riccarton to their new state of the art location in Addington. Their highly visible location needed some impressive signage to match and we were happy to help. We spiced up the interior of the building with some attractive installations to add flair and provide privacy, and installed some striking 3D lettering on the exterior of the premises. We’re very proud of the clean and modern look of the NZ Blood Service exterior signage, and were delighted to be involved in the process from start to finish.

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We also crafted this beautiful Tohu that features inlays of Pounamu and red acrylic. Truly a one-of-a-kind piece that the whole team is very proud of.

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24/04/2015

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Harcourts Grenadier, Christchurch – Building Signage

The Harcourts Grenadier building opened in late 2014 and quickly cemented itself as a landmark on Southern Moorhouse Ave. We’re extremely proud of the work we completed on this site. The Signtech team managed everything from planning and design through to manufacturing and installation of both interior and exterior signage.

The fact that it was all done in-house and under one roof made the project run smoothly for Harcourts, making their move that little bit less stressful for them.

Exterior Signage

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Interior Signage

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12/03/2014

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Signtech are proud Sponsors of Neil Dawson’s Spires Sculpture

A new sculpture by well known Canterbury artist Neil Dawson has taken pride of place in Latimer Square

A new sculpture by well known Canterbury artist Neil Dawson has taken pride of place in Latimer Square

Signtech the Signmasters have a long and proud history of supporting the Arts in Christchurch. The sponsorship for Neil Dawson’s Spires sculpture involved site signage promoting the sculpture and major sponsor details.

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16/12/2013

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Canterbury Earthquake Red Zone Momento

Following the devastating earthquakes in Christchurch, our client’s home was red zoned and demolished. Missing the view, they commissioned Signtech to print and apply a photo of the old view onto glass so that when they sit in the spa at their new home it is like looking out the window from their old home – check out the photos.

To achieve this, at Signtech we produced a full colour digital print applied to the rear of a clear glass panel which was installed into a recessed wall with architectural fixings. The result is stunning.

Our clients say “The photo is of the view we used to have over the back fence of our old house prior to the earthquakes. So as a reminder, we now have this image to reflect on. Thanks to Craig and the team at Signtech for doing a great job of something that is very dear to the heart of our family”.

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22/11/2013

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GREAT SIGNAGE = GREAT BRANDING

Cook Shop

The Cook Shop on Holmwood Road in Christchurch is a case study in how Signtech can help businesses maximise their brand integrity. And the owner, Elizabeth, is very pleased with the outcome. Visually from all directions The Cook Shop stands out with its array of truly effectively signage.

At Signtech we worked closely with the owner to ensure that we created a consistent theme at a quality befitting the standards expected for this project. The interior and exterior signage is complementary and is in harmony with the décor of the shop. From Window graphics to 3-D lettering, to internal & external illuminated lightboxes right through to the blackboard and footpath sign The Cook Shop has it all – and, thanks to Signtech and a wonderful client, it looks fantastic.

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