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Signage for Capital Works Projects

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​Issue Date:19/12/2014
​Review Date:19/12/2018

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Signage for Capital Works Projects

POLICY

Western Australian State Government agencies must install common branding signs at the sites of capital works projects in accordance with the requirements of the Signage Guidelines Capital Works, which can be found at www.finance.wa.gov.au/cms/signage-guidelines.aspx.

Agencies must ensure signage proposals are approved by the Department of Finance before commencing manufacture of the signs.

Unique signage arrangements may be warranted for highly significant projects or those with joint funding arrangements involving the State and Commonwealth. In such circumstances, agencies should seek advice from the Department of Finance before commencing the design. 

This policy is applicable to all entities covered by the Public Sector Management Act 1994 (the Act). Entities listed in Schedule 1 of the Act are encouraged to apply the policy.

BACKGROUND

The purpose of the common branding signage is to inform the community about State Government capital works projects under construction, including both building and infrastructure works.

Signage design templates are provided in the Signage Guidelines Capital Works to ensure a consistent appearance. The signage artwork is part of a broader style guide for the State Government communications.

 

Colin Barnett MLA
PREMIER

For enquiries contact:

Gary Marcon  6551 1808
Building Records Manager, Building Management and Works
Department of Finance

Other relevant Circular/s:

2013/04, 2013/02

Circular/s replaced by this Circular:

2013/04

 

Acknowledgement of Country

The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.