Stoke on Trent is looking for a design team to create a wayfinding system for the city

The winning consultancy will be required to mastermind and design “a high quality wayfinding programme” according to Stoke City Council.


Stoke on Trent City Council has put out a tender to find a design team to develop a wayfinding strategy and system for the city.

The wayfinding specialist will work with local and national stakeholders to deliver what the council calls “a high quality wayfinding programme”.

A legacy must be ensured after the involvement of the consultancy according to the council, which says: “This legacy will include an exceptional architectural and base map informed by participant research and user involvement.”

The successful company will work collaboratively with council officers to build capacity within the Council to enable the wayfinding programme to be extended across future public realm and highways capital projects using in-house resources.

The winning concept will be designed and developed over a four-to-six month period between 2016/17 and there is a 224,000 budget for the project.

For more information head here. Interested parties have until 28 June to apply.

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