This was a very involved job for Compac that was won through a tender process. So it involved many of our employees coming together to make it happen. We were selected on merit from a shortlist of signage companies by the City of Bunbury.
This is what we do best though.
The job was fully fabricated in house by our fabrication team. We buy our LED screens from a reputable Australian company and fitted them into our structure under the watchful eye of one of their technicians. We laser cut aluminium, clad it to the structure and applied digital prints to it. The images of Wardandi Boodja were taken by a local South-West photographer and provided to us by the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery.
The “Bunbury” text was manufactured from push through translucent acrylic lettering, internally illuminated via LEDs.
Client: City of Bunbury
Project: Entry Statement
- Illuminated Signage
- Router cut acrylic
- Laser cut aluminium
- LED screens
- Concrete footings
- Complex installation
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