Principality Building Society: A fresh look for more branches around Wales - January 19, 2011
Principality Building Society will be updating their signage and branding displays across a number of their agencies over the next few months, as part of a refresh to their existing establishments. They will also be fitting new signage to nine new agency outlets, which were previously owned by Halifax and which have recently been acquired as part of an expansion to their retail network.
Morgan Signs, who supply Principality with their internal and external signage, will be travelling across the country to replace and fit a number of their main fascias and projecting signs. The main fascias can be easily identified as a red built-up tray which effectively displays the Principality logo. A smaller projecting tray is most often fit alongside it. Majority of the branches will also require fitting or replacement of new window displays, with large and bespoke illuminated poster displays being the preferred display type for the agency.
Rod Hill, General Manager at Morgan Signs commented, "It is great to take such a fantastic nationwide project on board and we look forward to visiting all the new sites across Wales. There is a lot of work to be done, particularly as there are number of agencies operating in some relatively older buildings. It will be a good challenge."
Agency outlets in Abertillary, Treharris, Newcastle Emlyn and Ross-on-Wye will be serviced first throughout January, with Monmouth, Pontyclun -Talbot Green and Bargoed due to be complete by early February. Other agencies are to be completed in the months to follow.