What are Site Audits?
Usually a site audit consists of 3 main sections. Photographs of the site. Measurements of the areas requiring signage and documenting any existing materials used.
Why are site audits important?
Site audits is the most important stage of the project. If any information is not correct it could mean the project will have mistakes later down the track. A site audit also means we as a client will be able to meet the customer on site to go through the needs and expectations of the project. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and ensuring that gets exactly what they expect from the project. Site audits should be completed early on in a project to ensure all aspects of the project are covered and the site is fully understood by our project managers.
Process of Site Audits
To be thorough in a site inspection, the project manager will take photographs from various angles to be used for mock ups and to show the installation team the best access possible. Measurements will be taken of the areas where signage will be required. Most importantly, the surveyor will check for any power lines or areas which be dangerous to installers or where street permits may be required by council. If the signage is new sometimes development application permit is required by your local council.
Once the site audit is complete
Once the audit is complete, you will receive the details on a supplied artwork for you to review for approval. This will also include all the materials and measurements. No matter how large or small the sign, Signgroup understands how important each step is to make sure the project is completed on time and correctly.
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