We’re proud to have stepped up again and supported TfL in another project to help keep the people of London safe during the pandemic. Links Signs has been busy supporting innovative new initiatives in London with TfL to help the fight against Coronavirus. Most recently we have worked with Transport for London and the NHS with Go Ahead London to transform two London buses into Ambu buses. Soon after completing the Ambu Buses, TfL asked us to create and install temporary signage to be attached to lampposts along a 1.4 mile walking route through London.
Docklands Light Railway’s (DLR) and Jubilee Line passengers are being encouraged to to get off the train at Canning Town and walk the 26 minute route to the ExCel Centre. The 1.4mile path has been marked with 26 Correx boards to create temporary signage spaced at regular intervals along the route. Links Signs has produced and installed bold and durable signs along the way to keep commuters on the right path
The ExCel Centre is currently being used as a Covid vaccination centre and in a move to prevent large numbers of passengers using the already busy line, TfL are encouraging people to leave the train and head out into the fresh air.
We work on these projects with TfL because we are a trusted supplier – known for our highly trained teams and accredited work practises at our manufacturing and production site in East Sussex. The manufacture and installation of the Canning Town to ExCelCentre’s walking route’s Correx board signage was a straightforward project for us and TfL, but it is the impact that it will have on the safety of the people of London that is so inspiring.
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A pleasure to work with Links again on such a poignant programme. Delivering amazing high quality. Very much looking forward to working together again in the future.Robert Varney – Engagement Officer (North) & TfL Charities Scheme Manager
Links Signs took on the challenge to provide the awards for the first Transport for London Supplier Awards. Using products and materials that are supplied to TfL for our station signage, Links created very impressive plaques for our winners and runners up. Throughout the production process Links kept TfL up to date with images, delivery schedule and were always on hand to clarify any queries. We look forward to working with them again next year.Amanda Green – Transport for London
Link Signs provide a first class service throughout the design, production and delivery process. I worked closely with the team on a high profile project, with requirements changing on a sometimes daily basis. Links Signs went and above and beyond to meet our requirements and surpassed our expectations. I would highly recommend and endorse working with Link Signs.Catherine Villegas – Project Manager, Transport for London
The team at Links Signs provide unfailing support and flexibility, which enables us to develop ambitious schemes and be confident of the highest quality results. Working with them has transformed the way we approach our exhibition design.Catherine Harvey – Hastings Museum Office & Keeper of World Art
Links Signs successfully managed a complex project overseeing the manufacture and installation of 48 panels to create a bespoke mural on the Transport for London (TfL) owned bridge and the station entrance at Northwood Hills station. Links ensured not only that all the technical and engineering requirements of TfL were met but also that the extensive colour hues specified by mural artists Gordon Collett and Cosmo Sarson were achieved. The finished result is wonderful, as summed up by Mayor of London Boris Johnson when he visited ‘My God, it’s beautiful! Did we do this? The murals – they’re sensational!’ He added: ‘I think it’s all fantastic, really imaginative. I’m very proud.’Helena Webster – Town Centre Improvements Team Manager, London Borough of Hillingdon
Links Signs are experienced, professional and offer great value for money. I know I am in safe hands when I am working with them.Mariam Zulfiqar – Freelance Curator