Parker Steel, Shoreham Warehouse Signage
Parker Steel began a tender process in 2014 for the manufacture and installation of building signage for their warehouse located at Shoreham Harbour. Founded by John Parker in 1904, their warehouse in Shoreham has the capacity to unload 5,000-tonne ships of bulk steel straight onto their steel stockyard.
Our client required replacement signage for the south and north facing elevations. The south facing elevation faced onto the English Channel with just 15 metres and a mesh fence separating the building from the harsh weather conditions of their sea facing location.
The signs have been manufactured from 3mm aluminium trays with built up aluminium letters applied to the face. Each sign was 12 metres in length and 2.5 metres high with tens of thousands of LEDs to illuminate each individual letter.