Casting our gaze across construction
sites around the world, we have noticed the striking and innovative ways big building companies are blinging out their brands.
No longer, plain placeholders, hoarding is becoming an art form in itself.
Providing information or safety warnings in a humorous way can be effective in both, getting attention and keeping people on side in the face of disruptive works.
3. Ads on a crane
4. Double duty for equipment
Taking advantage of the high visibility (to say the least) of cranes, many companies are either promoting their own business on their cranes, or leasing the space to paid advertisers - often using lighting to enhance the look.
Bulldozers, backhoes and excavators can be adorned with graphics to turn any piece of equipment into an effective marketing tool.
5. Custom vehicle graphics
The American Trucking Association's study, "The Visual Impact of Trucks in Traffic," revealed that 96% of people notice truck side ads. Eye-catching construction vehicles
log a lot of kilometres and attention during deliveries, site visits and client meetings.
Whether you're addressing concerns, providing protection, advertising businesses or giving notice, construction sites are a prominent place to the word out. A little bit of creativity and you can make your signage eye-catching as well as helpful and informative.