St Thomas' Hospital, London // Case Study

25 Jun 2010

Multi-phase wayfinding hoardings for new hospital entrances

Kwik-Klik began working directly with Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals in June 2010. For St Thomas' Hospital, located opposite the Houses of Parliament, the hoardings feature high visibility signage directing hospital visitors and staff to temporary entrances during the refurbishment project.

The most recent hoardings were installed around the temporary Gassiot House main entrance in September 2011. This installation features a bespoke chamber fitted by Kwik-Klik to house the entrance's security key pad entry apparatus.This can be seen in photographs 5 and 6.

Our 100% recycled PVC Ultraspan system has been used and re-located on site during the project. High quality bespoke vinyl graphics were applied to our hoardings at each location to guide hospital visitors around the work areas and to help them find the entrances they are looking for.

The graphics also explain and highlight some of the facility improvements being introduced at both Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals.

Our systems used in this project

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