Back in 2019, Kingman was awarded the signage contract for the highly anticipated rebrand and redevelopment of Karrinyup Shopping Centre.
Although the project was a big one, Kingman was more than confident in our capability of delivering the predicted scope of work on time and on budget for our valued client and the chosen builder for the project, Multiplex.
Kingman has a long history of delivering iconic signage projects for Multiplex, and this project was no different. Kingman’s project management team ensured a seamless delivery, through all the logistics of fabricating and installing every sign. The signage package included internal and external statutory signs, directional wayfinding signs and signage for a multi-level carpark. Included was beautiful hand-painted graphics along with all external signs and, of course, a brand new shiny 15 ½ metre tall Pylon that was designed to match their new branding.
The wayfinding package was designed by Urbanite and Kingman designed and delivered on their vision.
Working closely with Multiplex for AMP, Kingman were on-site during this redevelopment for almost two years. The Kingman factory saw a steady stream of Karrinyup signs constantly flowing through our factory.
With over 4500+ signs installed throughout the Karrinyup redevelopment, this project was no easy feat. The team at Kingman are so proud to have been the chosen signage contractors for this project and ensured all signage was delivered on time and to the highest quality and standard. After all, we do have a reputation to uphold. With years of experience in delivering projects of this scale all over W.A, Kingman was the obvious choice for capability and quality signage that will look good for years to come.
Our biggest compliment came from Multiplex themselves who said: “you are the only signage company in Perth that could have carried out a job of this type!” Thank you Multiplex and AMP, we look forward to working on many more iconic signage projects together in the years to come.
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