Digitally printed hoarding for Kings College in Wimbledon

Digitally printed hoarding for Kings College in Wimbledon, Surrey is our second printed hoarding for them in two years.

Digitally printed hoarding

The College is completing a 10 year infrastructure plan to enhance their facilities for pupils. Completed projects include a new reception area through the 1897 Great Hall, a new landscaped quadrangle, a refurbished and enlarged dining hall and a new classroom block.

Digitally Printed Hoarding with Anti-graffiti

To show off this exciting projected Project Print Management were commissioned to install a 30 meter long digitally printed hoarding which also had an anti-graffiti laminate. This was encase school pupils try to add their own special artwork! The anti-graffiti laminate is an 80 micron clear gloss polypropylene film which is laminated to the digitally printed hoarding. Any graffiti can be wiped off using a solvent based fluid like nail varnish remover or if you wanted a more water based eco product Graffiti Go! Works well.

In May 2018 the new state of the art music school designed by Hopkins Architects whose key projects include the London 2012 Velodrome, Glyndebourne Opera House is now completed. The building includes soundproof practice rooms, rehearsal venues, classrooms and a 200-seat concert hall. The new sports complex and multi-use sports hall, including all-weather tennis courts and a six-lane swimming pool are now under construction.

Our hoarding is a high quality product.

The high quality printed hoarding boards are a lightweight 3mm thick aluminium composite boards also known as ACM or Dibond. The rigid dual sided sheet is suitable for external applications and ideal for digitally printed hoardings. The premium aluminium composite panel coupled with the high resolution print and anti graffiti laminate makes our digitally printed hoarding a high quality product and market leader in the advertising hoarding sector.

For more information on digitally printed hoardings please contact us or look at our blog for our latest work.

Blog on our other King’s College hoarding visit here. 

Digitally printed hoarding