For 11 days, Birmingham took the centre stage in the world sports arena. The 22nd Commonwealth Games brought thousands of tourists from other parts of the UK and the world. According to local authorities, it is estimated to have generated more than £1bn for the hosting city and local region.
Hardy Signs was delighted to contribute to the richness of products, services and companies that made the games happen. Through working with CSM Live and Sandwell Council, its machines and people ensured that the signage required was fitted to exact requirements and within deadlines.
As a multi-award-winning manufacturer, it worked closely with the other event partners to supply:
Did you know: Did you know that Perry the Bull, the official mascot of Commonwealth Games Birmingham 2022, was designed by Emma from Greater Manchester – only ten years old?
Hardy Signs managing director Nik Hardy said: “We are really pleased to have been entrusted with this high profile project, a very proud moment for Hardy Signs that needs celebrating.”
Operations director Tom Hardy said: “We really enjoyed printing and installing the signage. The atmosphere in and around the venue was spectacular and our team worked around the clock to get everything completed within the tight deadlines.”