Trinity Leeds is a large shopping centre in Leeds City Centre. To prepare for reopening to the public with distancing measures in place, they needed to create an easy to follow oneway system.
Working with buildings manager, Land Securities, we designed and printed a clear oneway system for the centre, plus signs explaining the new measures to staff and customers.
We’ve worked with the team at Trinity Leeds for several years, helping them with all kinds of signs and graphics. From promotions and events to carpark and directional signage, there’s not much we haven’t printed and installed for the retail space.
This made things easier when it came to specifying sizes, quantities, and materials. We visited the site and talked to the Land Securities team to devise a safe system and plan how to communicate it.
The oneway system stickers were easily installed by the team at Trinity Leeds and our fitters took care of the more complicated graphics, including the welcome back banner and the shop front overlays.The graphics installed include:
- Floor vinyls, internal and external
- Paper posters, a-frames, poster stands
- Lift door vinyls
- Glass balustrade wraps
- Shop front overlays
Knowing that social distancing would need to be implemented, the team at Trinity Leeds and their partners had put the wheels in motion in good time. We began discussing the logistics back in April, in time for the full install to be completed in advance of the 15th June reopening date.
The timely install of the graphics provided the opportunity for the measures to be tested, photographed, and shared with local media, to familiarise the public with the changes before opening.
Danielle Harris, Commercial Campaign Executive at Trinity Leeds, said this of the project:
“It is always a super positive experience working with FASTSIGNS® Leeds. All the assets arrived on time, including last minute demands before opening. The quality of the artwork has been brilliant, Andy and the team cannot do enough for us. We would definitely recommend – thank you.”
Images: Simon Dewhurst Photography Ltd.