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On the market
Signs 24-7 has completed another piece of work for Warrington Market, adding further to the many projects it delivered for the new facility in 2020.

This most recent job involved the design, manufacturing and installation specialist, which is based in Hartford, undertake a number of stall signage alterations as a result of recent tenant changes.

Last year, after winning a competitive tender process, Signs 24-7 produced a full signage scheme for the market that included the design, production and installation of shop front letters, wayfinding signage, barrier covers, COVID-19 and social distancing materials and also hanging banners.

Its work so far at Warrington Market has been praised by Warrington Borough Council Marketing and Events Officer Jay Seville, who has also been impressed with Signs 24-7’s demeanour and work ethic.

She said: “The entire 24-7 team has been a pleasure to work with, nothing is ever too much trouble and everyone I have spoken to, be that in person or via email, has been great,” said Jay.

“Both the building/stall and safety signage that Signs 24-7 has created has been amazing, especially as we requested some unusual variations that we thought might have been a bit challenging from both a design and timing point of view, but Signs 24-7 provided workable solutions for all of our requests and the standard of the work it produced was second to none.

“The on-site installation teams were also great too and were really patient with us during the initial set-up of the market in the summer.”

Jay also confirmed that Warrington Market is expecting to work with Signs 24-7 on future projects. She observed: “As a multi-vendor site things can change here very quickly and, as a result, our signage will need changing just as quickly as we adapt to businesses coming and going.”

Having been operational for just under ten years, Signs 24-7 has an extensive client roster that includes national companies, such as Costa Coffee and Moto, and was recently commissioned to produce COVID signage for Cheshire West and Chester Council which was distributed across the borough.

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