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400 Dexter Wall Graphics

Alexandria Real Estate hired us to create printed wall vinyls for their Biotech Office Building. Green PVC free materials were used in this environmentally friendly installation.

Topographic Floor Graphics

We created a topographical map for the floor of this modern restaurant by stenciling and painting directly on the concrete floor. The graphic spans over 100 feet and has a 90 degree change in direction that is seamless.

Compass Floor Graphics

One of the interesting specifications on this job was creating a compass rose that faces true north.

Market Street, The Woodlands

Market Street took on a new look this winter in The Woodlands, Texas. The renovation included pedestrian pathways, renovation of the central park area and the fabrication of signage and lighting that enhances our clients new logo and branding. It’s been a ton of fun and our techs and painters continue to do an amazing job.

The Hyatt Regency Seattle

We were asked to do something that has never been done before. A non-repeating stenciled pattern reproduced on over 100 feet of wall space. The stencil had to be accurate within 1/8 inch across the entire 100 foot span. This is a very detailed process as we have to accommodate all of the wall transitions, corner bends, openings, doors, and other architectural elements. We provided a custom made sandblasting stencil for the priming and painting. This entire process was done in-house by our sign manufacture and design team, as well as our install and paint crew. We specialize in tackling those unique projects that require special planning and solutions.

Victoria Gardens

The Turman team was asked to apply multi-layered stencils with unique designs at the Victoria Gardens shopping center in Rancho Cucamonga California using traffic paint matched to very bright Pantone colors. Victoria Gardens needed skilled painters with an eye for detail to install these intricate graphics on the malls pedestrian walkways. This work was performed during night time hours requiring traffic control, lighting and lots of patience at this busy upscale mall. The five man crew finished the project in ten days.

Whole Foods Interbay

Our six man crew worked late into the morning, after store hours, to complete this job in under a month. After repairing and painting out the bulkhead walls, large one hundred foot long stencils were carefully applied. We worked closely with the client to match the specified pantone matching system colors. The Designer for Whole Foods stated that after doing dozens of stores for Whole Foods across the country; “WCP is hands down better than anyone she has seen, it is the first time that there was not a single complaint about clean-up or impact on the store, and the quality of the work was amazing.”

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