Signature Painters were contracted by Wiley & Co to complete the paintwork for Stages 3B and 4 of Griffin State School. This included all internal and external painting of two large new buildings, along with applying concrete sealer to the floors.
The simple multi-colour scheme was more challenging to execute due to the height of the exterior of the building and the fast turnaround that was required for the project. A high level of precision was also required to perfectly execute the contrasting white and black paintwork on the compressed fibre cement (CFC) façade panels. After thoroughly preparing all surfaces, premium-quality paints were used throughout both buildings to ensure a long-lasting and hard-wearing finish. An anti-graffiti non-sacrificial coating was also applied up to 3 metres high to protect surfaces from the permanent defacing of undesirable graffiti.