Why You Need a Large Format Banner for Your New Construction Build

A large format banner serves the purpose of branding your new construction build. It increases your network of both potential and current clients because let’s face it: image is everything. When you have your construction company’s logo hung up on your construction site or displayed on your finished project, people notice. This spreads awareness and credibility throughout your community. Large format banners make a construction site more appealing. Without any type of marketing efforts to make your construction site visually attractive, people will not think twice about what they see when passing your site. This can result in potential lost business opportunities for your construction company. Without branding a construction site, there is nothing distinctive to grab people’s attention. Because of the size of large format banner’s, your company’s logo is highly visible. The public will have no doubt about which construction company is building the site, and a large format banner will serve to reinforce your company in the minds of consumers. Again, making your company as noticeable as possible is key; others notice your company and your work. Hopefully, with others knowing the name of your construction company and the quality of your work, this will generate new business. A site under construction has several restricted areas or areas which require more caution for those working or visiting.  A large format banner can benefit your construction site by enhancing safety awareness. Displaying a large banner advising caution to a restricted area can decrease liability by raising awareness of possible hazards. When warnings are highly visible, workers and visitors are more likely to see the caution signs and follow their instructions. This ushers in peace of mind for managers and owners of a construction company. AMP specializes in business print and design, so we’ve got you covered. Whether your business already has a design in mind for a large format banner for your new construction build, or if you need a designer to create a banner, we have your back. We work with an array of clients and our portfolio includes print and design work from businesses ranging from the food industry to coffee shops, to boutiques, to parking companies, and so on. Our capabilities include fulfilling needs of many different customers, and we are more than qualified (and excited) to meet your construction company’s need for a new large print format banner for a new build.  

Large-Format Printing All Over Nashville

Meat Ya Banner designed by Amanda Mazzo at Mazzo Media.

amp seems to be doing everything big this year, which includes expanding our large-format printing capabilities. Large format means just what it suggests: large posters, indoor and outdoor banners, window graphics and adhesives for walls, floors and ceilings. We now have the man and machine power to complete these larger-than-life orders for you! These past few months we have been able to provide large-format printing services to three super-cool events in the area: Cheekwood Society Dinner, Meat Ya in The Park and What the Truck.

Large-Format (And Small-Format) Printing for Cheekwood Society Dinner

We were lucky enough to attend and provide printing for the Cheekwood Society Dinner on April 29th. The dinner was dedicated to Cheekwood’s top donors: individuals who gave $1,500 or more in support of its annual operations. The event’s theme was Great Gatsby, the main colors were black and white, and the print was classically simple. Our printed materials included a booklet listing all of the donors, signage at the entrance of the mansion and picture banners hanging around the room. It was a beautiful event and a beautiful night to be outdoors! Thanks to Cheekwood for the wonderful evening and letting us help out with the print.

Large-Format Printing: Picture Banners

Large-Format Printing: Picture Banners

Large-Format Printing: Cheekwood book

Cheekwood booklets

Large-Format Printing: Informational booklets

Informational booklets

Large-Format Printing: Welcome poster

Large-Format Printing: Welcome Poster

Large-Format Printing for What the Truck

If you were not able to attend this festive event — don’t worry! It will happen every third Friday of the month this summer. Food trucks gathered at The Platform at the Cook’s Kitchen, a new event venue located on 1500 Second Ave. S near the fairgrounds. A wide variety of food trucks provided delicious food such as ice cream, veggie burgers and BBQ. The Tim McDonald Band added to the bumpin’ atmosphere by playing some good ol’ country music. Don’t like to stand and eat? Neither do we, and we were thankful for tables located inside!

You might be thinking, “what the truck did amp do for this event?” Well, we printed all the signage, which included large-format vinyl banners and corrugated yard signs. There is no entry fee, so be sure to come see the event for yourself next month. You know we will be there! Here are some pictures of the production process and the collateral in action at the venue.

Large-Format Printing: What the truck yard sign

Large-Format Printing: What The Truck Yard Signs

Large-Format Printing: What the truck banner

Large-Format Printing: What The Truck Banners

Large-Format Printing

Large-Format Printing: Signage

Large-Format Printing

Large-Format Printing: Signage At The Event

Large-Format Printing for Meat Ya in the Park

Meat Ya in the Park, a tribute to to all things grilled, smoked, cured and charbroiled, enjoyed its second annual gathering at East Park On May 17th. 12th & Broad and Nashville Originals collaborated to bring samples from 15+ restaurants, live music, a coleslaw cook-off and a kite garden to meat-lovers all over Nashville. Don’t be alarmed vegetarians — there were some scrumptious meatless options, as well! Kids enjoyed artwork and outdoor toys, and adults enjoyed the beverage tent and socializing with neighbors.

It may have been a little rainy, but that did not take away from this fun event — or our signage! amp printed a large, waterproof banner that really shows off our large-format capabilities. Its enormousness was not for those with noodle arms. The marketing girls tried to hold it up and had a bit of trouble! The 5 x 10ft banner would have been nothing without Amanda Mazzo’s design. If there’s one thing we love, it’s great artwork.

Now picture your company’s name or event on this banner.. get ready, world.

Large Format Printing: Meat ya in machine

Large-Format Printing on the HP 360 Latex Printer

Large-Format Printing: Meat ya1

The banner is completed!