The Clarice Pears building houses the University’s School of Health & Wellbeing, allowing staff from 10 different sites around the city to come together in a single state-of-the-art facility on the University’s Gilmorehill campus.
It is named after Clarice Pears, mother of the three founders of the Pears Foundation, which donated £5 million towards the building’s construction.
internal & external
We worked collaboratively, with the Architect and Main Contractor Multiplex, throughout the project on the design and specification for the internal and external sign package at the University’s Clarice Pears Building.
Using our 30 years of experience our consultants were able to advise on workable solutions, identify designs and materials which supported the brief and delivered high quality bespoke signage.
By supplying various samples we determined the best use of materials, created authentic designs and specifications for the donor board sign allowing the client see and feel how this unique piece would look in situ. We also had to design and test suitable fixing methods for the Donor Board as this had to be easily interchangeable when the donor panels had to be replaced or new donors added.
Consultancy, design, supply and installation of external signage and internal wayfinding.