Plymouth Argyle Football Club
Home Park, Plymouth
Once the design element was complete, it was over to the experts at Eagle Signs to create a sign that kept with tradition, both in terms of the look for Argyle and the processes used in production.
“This is a typical job for us to put together individual built-up letters like this,” said Andrew Carter, sales executive at Eagle Signs. “We will fabricate them in polished stainless steel, brushed stainless steel or, as you’ve got here, descaled and then painted.
“Actually fabricating it to logos and text is quite easy, as it is a process we do on a regular basis. It is a traditional method and we’ve been making signage for around 50 years. The lettering on Tamar Bridge was made by us around 30 years ago and the method is the same.
“From the point of view of changes in technology, they have enhanced our industry but the traditional methods of signage are still in place.”