Scottish Galvanizers has played a part in creating new signage for a Scottish beauty spot that welcomes over four million visitors a year.
The Glasgow-based plant has worked alongside Hepburn Fabrication, a long-standing customer, to galvanize signs for Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park which is renowned for its tranquil atmosphere and breath-taking scenery.
The signs which stand at up to six metres tall and weigh up to four tonnes each will be installed at the entrance of the national park and will play a key role in welcoming the many visitors the national park receives. The new steel frames were fully galvanized and subsequently clad in local stonework, and a total of seven signs were produced which will be placed within the national park.
Paul Tait, Commercial Manager of Scottish Galvanizers, enthused: “We are very pleased to be involved in the production of signage for such a popular and iconic national park and Loch that is simply stunning and visited by so many. It is also a pleasure to be working with Hepburn Fabrication again.”
“The signs look fantastic and we are very pleased to be working with the Scottish Galvanizers’ team again, as they always provide an extremely efficient, reliable service.” Jim Combe of Hepburn Fabrication commented.