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Bespoke signage

The Redhill town sign was particularly challenging. The design blends pure signage with fabrication work to produce these gateway features. These signs can be found at all entrances to the town centre.
Finger columns formed the basis for a small information plaque for the London borough of Southwark. A special casting was made to hold plaques around the finger column base. These can be found dotted along the River Thames.
The Rother market sign and flower columns were designed in conjunction with Stratford Upon Avon District Council. A sign like this with simple text modifications (as shown) could be used at any cattle market, for instance.
Signage is a feature customised within many schemes. CIS Street Furniture is able to work with clients in order to create many stunning designs, from simple hanging baskets to major town centre signage.

Crests and logos

Crests are available to fit most styles of bollard. It is essential that good quality artwork is provided by the customer in order that crests/logos can replicate the original designs.

Section ‘A’ shows a shouldered and flat face to the crest that is required if the diameter ‘D’ is less than 75mm. Section ‘B’ shows a curved face crest for bollards over 75mm diameter.