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Looking back on 2017

“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things. – Robert Brault”

At Kingman, we don’t like to look back that often, but every now and again it’s nice to look back and see how far we have come.
2017 has been a very busy, but exciting year for the team at Kingman. We have continued to build on existing relationships as well as making some new ones. We have been extremely fortunate to have had the chance to be involved in some very exciting projects this year.

The Stadium
This project was one of the largest signage packages that Kingman have taken on to date, with over 12,153 signs in total. This included directional way-finding, statutory and memorabilia signs throughout the complex internally and externally. This project made sure the team was kept busy throughout the year. With such a highly anticipated project that holds so much media interest, the team at Kingman were all very excited and proud to be involved in this project. All the internal signage is now completed and the external signs are all underway. Stay tuned for our upcoming blog and case study on the highly anticipated project.

Bethanie Gwelup
With this project, the team at Kingman are proud to say that we went straight from the design stage, right through to production and install. Having such a talented design team available to sketch up some concepts, which won Kingman the design contract on all the signage for the new facility. We think the finished project is just stunning. The residents of this new aged care facility will thoroughly enjoy all the bright and colourful signage. Read more about this project here:

Quest & Stirling Cross apartments
This project consisted of all internal and external signage for this new block of apartments in Innaloo. The directional way-finding signage they had in their style guide was very sophisticated and all turned out stunning. This project was such a quick turn around and it was such a pleasure working on this project alongside the team at pro-build. Stay tuned for a blog on this project.

Sims Metal Management
This year we designed and manufactured a variety of signs for Sims Metal Management, in Kwinana, Welshpool and Malaga. From entry statement signage to signwriting and statutory signs, the team at Kingman were ready to deliver excellent designs for all the client’s signage needs.

Dog Swamp
This project consisted of two new Pylons, some stylish light-box signs and some amazing large scale Mural’s for the rebrand of Dog Swamp Shopping Centre in Yokine. Check out our last blog on this mural here: https://www.kingman.com.au/blog/the-emerging-trend-of-street-art/

Katanning Health
This 50-bed hospital has just had a massive facelift and extension with a whole load of new internal and external directional way-finding, and statutory signage. Kingman also manufactured and installed external Monoliths and car park directional. The new extension section is nearly complete, with the old building being updated in the New Year. This project was no problem for the team at Kingman.

Rio Tinto
This project was located in Central Park, Perth. The project consisted of all internal directional way-finding, statutory signs, wall graphics, privacy window glazing and safety strips, as well as all the room numbers, locker numbers and amenity signs.

Market Lane
This exciting new shopping centre in Subiaco’s old market location has had a huge hype behind it. This contract won Kingman it’s very first Target signage as well as Coles and Target signwriting in the basement car park. This is hopefully the beginning of yet another loyal client Kingman relationship. This project had a very quick turnaround and the team at Windsor Knight were an absolute pleasure to work with.

Masters Milk
This project consisted of a large scale (42metres W X 7metres H) image digitally printed directly to fire resistant composite panelling and then installed to the new extension at the Master’s Milk facility located at Seven Oaks in Bentley.

This project was a rebrand of existing signage in Perth’s CBD. The existing branding EN-EX100 was all black and orange and visible throughout the complex. All the existing signage was re-painted and redone to match their new corporate colours of charcoal grey and Gold, with some additional new signs manufactured with their new corporate branding applied.

Although we can’t mention every job we did this year, we are extremely grateful to all our clients.
The Team at Kingman have worked extremely hard this year and we are so thankful to have such a loyal and talented team.
With the approaching New Year, we look forward to continuing to build amazing signage for some wonderful clients and more importantly build on new and existing relationships. We wouldn’t be where we are today without you all, for that we thank you!
Wishing all our followers, friends, family, clients and staff a very Merry Christmas and all the best wishes for 2018.

Let’s make it even better than 2017.

Check out our photo gallery to see some of the mentioned projects: