CASE STUDY: NBA

 

The Challenge: NBA required a massive, custom, hanging structure with graphics in a hurry!

NBA All Star game 2016 was hosted in Toronto. Ricoh Coliseum was decked out with massive prints on all kinds of media. Our customer was asked to create a hanging graphic 50’ wide x 17’ high to match the Ricoh Coliseum’s north entrance arc, but they didn’t have a drawing of the arc, and they didn’t have much time. Find out how we solved this problem…

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CASE STUDY: FIFA

 

The Challenge: FIFA required a monster banner to hang outdoors with no structure to hang from!

The Challenge: FIFA – or their agency – decided that this competition required a 175’ wide banner, hung in mid-air, without a structure, right behind the grandstand at BMO Field… yeah! Find out how we solved this problem…

 

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CASE STUDY: CAMAD

 

The Challenge: Food Basics wanted to save a whack of dough on their hanging graphics!

Food Basics was installing 8’ h x 36’ hanging signs in store. These monsters were made from a 2×4 substructure which had to be hoisted in the air in three or more pieces, then fastened together while hanging followed by 4’ x 8’ Crezon (plywood) sheets with graphics on them being screwed to them – all up in the air… They were so heavy that the installation team had to spend the day before the install reinforcing the ceiling joists for the added weight! Find out how we solved this problem…

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CASE STUDY: TJX

The Challenge: TJX wanted in-store graphics, on walls, 14’ high to be changed out by store associates!

Winners stores had static graphics all around all stores. This meant that they could not have seasonal change-out of the images, and they wanted seasonal change-outs. They also wanted to save the cost of sending in installers for each change-out, they wanted to do it using store associates. Oh, and let’s not forget, they wanted to make sure that the associates did not have to stand on anything, not a ladder, not a stool, not even on their tippy-toes. Find out how we solved this problem…

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CASE STUDY: SHOMI

 

The Challenge: shōmi! (that’s us) wanted to build a booth for our trade show to show off our capabilities!

We had extrusions, lightboxes, tube forming, banner finishing, metal fabrication and a sense of humour to boot. We wanted to show this off in a shomi-esque way. Find out how we solved this problem…

 

 

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