Leeds-headquartered Widd Signs has won five-figure contracts to support on two flagship developments, 5,000 miles apart.
The digital and traditional signage specialist, which has bases in both Leeds and St Helens, has been appointed to work on both The Plaza building in Liverpool and an exclusive, luxury fitness and training facility in The Cayman Islands called The Rec Room.
The art-deco signage scheme will comprise of bespoke curved wayfinding items, illuminated lozenge shape lighting features, as well as an array of window treatments and large environmental supergraphics. The project is due for completion later this summer.
A second five-figure contract win will see Widd Signs produce nearly 50 unique signs for The Rec Room development in the Cayman Islands which, once complete, will be one of the most exclusive fitness and training facilities anywhere in the world.
Designed by experiential and spatial design agency AD Associates, the ornate signage scheme will comprise of several sets of rimless face-illuminated branded letters and layer materials to create an array of eye-catching wayfinding elements sympathetic to the architecture and interior décor of this unique facility.
Jac Lloyd-Jones, business development manager said: “2021 has seen us delivering sizeable projects across the retail, construction and leisure sectors not just in the UK, but all over the world, and we’re delighted to build on this positive momentum with these latest contract wins.
“Both developments are incredibly innovative and progressive, and we’re looking forward to drawing on our industry-leading manufacturing and installation capabilities to create stand-out signage that takes both buildings to the next level.”