Meakin Park in Logan City is becoming a sporting hub with rugby union, rugby league, soccer, cricket, hockey and a vast range of community activities being played there. Albert Smith Signs partnered with Logan City Council to provide their new directional signage for their Meakin Park facilities.
Pylon signs are the perfect way to direct people to your location and due to their size also maximises visibility and raises awareness and recognition. Pylon signs can be manufactured in a wide variety of sizes, shapes and finishes with the option of LED illumination to deliver your message at night.
We can design informational signage for each and every environment including the addition of LED screens. LED screens can be used to display static images, play videos and deliver personalised messages about your events.
The 8 metre directional pylons for Meakin Park were manufactured from aluminium composite material (ACM) painted in the Logan City Council corporate colours with a clear anti-graffiti coating. The individual removable opal panels were overlaid with translucent vinyl negatively weeded to deliver the individual messages. The pylon signs were illuminated with our ASTech light wall to provide maximum visibility with an even lighting output that will use less power and deliver long term cost savings.
Did you know that there are 560 local councils across Australia?
And Albert Smith Signs has delivered innovative branding solutions for federal, state and local government authorities throughout Australia. One you would recognise is the public art at the Federal Magistrates Court in Brisbane as well as the Federation Walk wayfinding for the Gold Coast City Council.