With highly sophisticated specialist machinery, encompassed by largest manufacturing capability of any Australian signage organisation, our 6 facilities are built to enable production, assembly and storage.
New technologies and new materials are transforming the way signage is designed and manufactured. We are dedicated to assisting our clients by identifying the vast difference that can be found between quality production from a local reputable manufacturer and the foreign businesses that fail to deliver on promises and cannot resolve unexpected outcomes.
Our products are designed, developed and produced completely in-house, giving us the unrivalled capability of consistent and standardised branding on a national scale.
Similar to a pylon, the monolith is a free-standing structure built on poles, however it has more of an architectural element to it. All poles are wrapped and, unlike a pylon, they are not visible so that the focus is on the unique and custom design from top to bottom.
Monoliths are often used as identifiers at the front of a site to assist visitors with location recognition. Another common use of the monolith is to integrate with wayfinding to create a more unique way of directing users around a site that. Unlike standard wayfinding signage, a monolithic version includes the additional element of illumination.
Monolith signs require council planning, approval and engineering certifications in order to be successfully connected to your site.
Aside from design and construction, we can assist you with all crucial documentation to gain the approvals required to deliver a statement for your brand.