Kwik-Klik installed an 80 linear metre run of outdoor Clip to Scaffold hoarding to screen off a major building refurbishment for Leeds Mathematics School on The Headrow in Leeds.
The ground level Clip-to-Scaffold PVC hoarding is fixed to a scaffold frame which runs along the facade and provides secure access for construction and trade teams who are renovating the building.
The hoarding wraps around the corner of the former Leeds & Holbeck Building Society headquarters and presented a challenge due to the gradients of the pavement on both elevations of the building.
Following a comprehensive site survey by Kwik-Klik’s Graphics lead, Tony Stead, branded graphics were formatted to the hoarding dimensions and aligned to the gradients so that the graphics are easy on the eye. Graphics were applied to all PVC panels, including recessed corners and the two built-in single leaf Personnel Doors.
The Headrow is Leeds’ most famous and busiest avenue. It is home to Leeds Town Hall, the Central Library, Leeds Art Gallery, The Light and and a host of famous retail outlets, including John Lewis.
The hoarding was installed in 2 nights and will be in place for 12 months. The Leeds Mathematics School building will open at the beginning of the academic year in September 2023.
K-K Clip to Scaffold
Secure building facade PVC hoarding
K-K Branded Graphics
High impact graphics artworked and
installed by our experienced team