This Large Mesh Building wrap we produced in Mayfair, London. This is a great example of how to get advertising onto a Large Mesh Building wrap. The Egyptian Cultural Centre and Educational Bureau negotiated with the local planning authority to agree advertising on 40% of the building wrap. The advertising opportunity would therefore justify the cost of installing a building wrap covering most of the building whilst renovation work was being carried out.
Adams and Collingwood Architects called us in to install a large printed building wrap and builders hoardings onto The ECEB. The Egyptian Cultural Centre and Education Bureau building, which was going under renovation.
Working on this project did take its time due to the unrest in Egypt which naturally had a knock on effect to the UK. However we were finally commissioned in January to undertake this prestigious building wrap in Mayfair, London.
Large Mesh Building wrap was digitally printed
The printed wrap was digitally printed on a PVC mesh material on our solvent 5 meter wide digital HP Scitex printer. The building wrap was to be on two elevations which went around a 90 degree bent. The client wanted the face of the building wrap to be as smooth as possible. We had to work closely with the scaffolding contractor who installed a scaffolding sub-frame to accommodated the mesh banner and to ensure the scaffolding structure was suitable for a one piece building wrap. The corner scaffold pole needs to be completely smooth so the banner can be wrap around at a 90 degree angle. This is done using key clamp couplings.
Additionally we also added some large signs on the construction sites hoardings. They were digitally printed on our UV Inca Spyder large format flatbed printer. Onto a 3mm aluminium composite panel.