Giant cabin wrap and printed site hoarding installed ahead of schedule in Belgravia
The Peninsula London will be a stunning landmark overlooking Hyde Park Corner and the Wellington Arch. The 190 room luxury hotel replaces former office space and is scheduled to open in 2021.
Embrace Building Wraps have concluded the full project management for The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels Limited, delivering printed PVC wraps to cabins & works and a striking site hoarding design to create an environment that is entirely appropriate for the luxury hotel brand whilst construction works continue.
The final installation comprises of two main elements. A giant printed PVC wrap fully disguises site offices, welfare cabins, access scaffolding and steel supporting structures. Printed DIBOND covers a 203 linear metre stretch of site hoarding which accommodates variances in height, two tunnel areas and also includes site viewing windows and illumination to the logo at the main viewpoint for impact day and night.
Greg Forster – Managing Director at Embrace Building Wraps – comments,
“This was one of our largest full project management appointments, comprising of both DIBOND site hoarding and PVC wrap elements. Like many projects it takes time from the initial conception through to the final delivery and on-site installation, on this occasion just under twelve months. Installation of building wraps and printed site hoarding at such a location adjacent to Hyde Park Corner (where over 56,000 vehicles are passing every day) can generate a myriad of special considerations and operational constraints.”
“However Embrace have unrivalled experience developed over the past twelve years, supported by a qualified team with all of the required skill sets in place. We were able to manage the considerable planning with all parties, from creative artwork delivery through to working closely with the onsite team and are delighted to have delivered this high impact project ahead of time and on budget.”
For see our full photo gallery and find out more about this project visit our The Peninsula London case study page.