BGA printer roadblock a right load of bollards

You know the West End? Well the last thing you need if you’re driving through it is a diversion. True?

Basten Greenhill Andrews, take a bow. The consultancy piled on the traffic misery for central London drivers by blocking off Drury Lane for half a morning to get its largeformat printer delivered.

It took 13 people, a crane and various council bollards and barricades to ensure safe delivery of the 500kg printer to its destination on the second floor of BGA’s offices.

‘Delivery was incredibly slick,’ enthuses BGA IT manager Ian Roberts.

One man’s dream is another man’s nightmare, Ian.

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