Architecture & Access today launched a new logo and website supporting their work to create safe and accessible workplaces, public facilities and homes for people with disability.
Company directors Andrew Sanderson and Chris Porter believe the distinctive symbol – a tri-colour A-frame – successfully represents the company’s work and brand. It features the tagline ‘Creating environments, transforming lives”.
“The A-frame of intersecting lines represents the three integrated and mutually supportive arms of our business – Access Consulting, OHS Consulting and Project Management,” says Andrew.
“Our unique in-house service model, where we build a team comprising the right skillsets around individual project needs, is a great benefit in assisting clients to deliver on safety and accessibility objectives,” says Chris.
Chris and Andrew are delighted to launch the new image and website as the culmination of an exciting 12 months which involved the merger of two businesses to create Architecture and Access, the consolidation of their new service model, recruitment of new staff and opening the Brisbane office.
The new Architecture & Access website provides clear information for clients which can be efficiently accessed from computers, phones and mobile devices. The website features:
- Information about the services provided by Architecture & Access
- Specific pages for client groups such as government, architects and designers, and people with disability
- Galleries featuring descriptions and photos of key projects
- News stories of public interest
Chris and Andrew created the website with the intention of conformance to Level AA of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 and will continue to work towards this in the New Year.
“Essentially we are about helping to create environments where people with disability can access businesses, accommodation, employment, education, sport and transport with confidence and dignity, and our website will reflect this.”
View the new website at www.architectureandaccess.com.au
For more information contact Chris Porter or Andrew Sanderson on 03 8383 6688.