Benone Tourist Complex Rebrand and Interpretive Signage Works

Totalis recently completed the re-brand of Benone Strand and Benone Tourist Complex as one single visitor attraction to welcome and attract family and activity visitors to the centre.

Totalis developed a revitalised identity and logo along with providing suggestions for incorporating the approved design and merchandising.

Following a client led consultation period we designed, supplied and installed a suite of new signage to create a uniform and consist brand across the entire site. The scheme comprised of the following elements : -

- Welcome signs at the entrances on to the complex and beach

- Flora and fauna themed interpretative Lectern signs adjacent to boardwalks

- Site Name signs to identify the caravan and camping areas on the site

- Wayfinding finger posts for simple navigation of the boardwalks

Belfast Maritime Trail

Totalis Solutions were delighted to provide interpretative signage across 16 locations connected to Belfast’s rich maritime history. The timing coincides with one of Belfast’s biggest festivals: The Tall Ships 2015. Totalis again showed that they go the extra mile for their clients by completing the project within a very short timescale whilst maintaining the highest of standards.

The project which was funded by DCAL through the Ulster-Scots Academy Group. Brian McTeggart, Secretary to the Ulster-Scots Academy Group, said:

“The project is a fine example of true partnership at work, not just between the Ulster-Scots Academy Group and the Ulster-Scots Agency, but the many supporting partners who have made delivery of this project possible, especially in such a short timescale.

Pictured above from L-R: Brian McTeggart-Secretary to the Ulster-Scots Academy Group, Robert Fyfe-Totalis Commercial Director, Ian Crozier Chief Executive Ulster Scots Agency, Tom Scott- Chair Ulster Scots Agency.

Renewing the Routes

Totalis Solutions continue to work closely with Belfast City Council, local people, businesses and agencies to bring out the best in our arterial routes and neighbourhoods.

Totalis have been carrying out improvements on Belfast’s arterial routes since 2013 and the Renewing the Routes project has been recognised locally and nationally for the difference it has made, winning several high profile awards and nominations for urban regeneration.

Work completed as part of the arterial routes project include:

- cosmetic improvements to building facades in commercial areas, including new signage lighting and painting

- improvements to shared public spaces (landscaping, planting and public art)

- restoring historical features on heritage sites

Many of Belfast’s neighbourhoods have formed traders groups or business associations and the Renewing the Routes programme has helped to by improving the physical appearance of shopping areas.

Our 2014-2015 projects which have been completed were, Lisburn Road from Bradbury Place to Tates Avenue and the Castlereagh Road from Beersbridge Road to Grand Parade.

Our 2014-2015 projects which have just started in July are York Road from Fife Street to York Park and the Shankill Road from Peters Hill to Agnes Street.

Card Factory- Newton Mearns- Fit Out

Totalis Solutions recently carried out fit out works at the Card Factory, Newton Mearns. John Mullen, Projects Manager for Totalis Solutions  said, “ We’re delighted to carry out the work for Card Factory at Newton Mearns, our team worked tirelessly to ensure works were completed on time. All being well this will be the first of several projects for the Card Factory and we look forward to developing our relationship with this client.

Totalis completed all works within 10 days. The works carried out consisted of:

- A complete strip out of existing walls and partitions back to a shell

- Office fit out and installation of furnishings and fittings

- Installation of toilets and washroom facilities

Totalis continue to work with all clients to deliver high quality fit out solutions across the UK.