Sign Success at the new Bridge Centre

When the newly built church hall at Enniskillen Presbyterian Church required interior signage befitting its modern design, L.E. Graphics were the natural selection to provide the solution.

A £1.6 million investment led to the refurbishment of the church and the creation of a suite of halls named the Bridge Centre. The name was chosen to reflect the hope that the centre will become a bridge between the church and the wider local community.

Enniskillen Presbyterian Church wanted to achieve a coordinated scheme throughout the centre using stylish but simple signage which wouldn’t distract from the building itself. With a very short timescale, L.E. Graphics selected and installed a range of changeable graphic sign frames, chosen due to their contemporary design and flexible layout solutions.

David Donaldson, managing director at L.E. Graphics, explains: ‘We’d previously used similar signage frames for an installation at The Enniskillen Hotel and found the frames extremely versatile with a crisp, clean image. When this project came about we knew that this system would reflect the modern design that the church wanted to achieve from the new build.’

A wayfinding system for the suite of halls was planned using a combination of wall mounted display frames and hanging signs in matching silver anodised aluminium. The hanging sign afforded flexibility to the planning of the wayfinding system in a location where wall space was limited.

In addition to the interior system, L.E. Graphics also provided the Bridge Centre’s exterior signage where built up stainless steel letters were given a soft halo illumination with energy efficient LED’s

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