Take a look inside the inner-workings of Bourne Group’s US based headquarters in Charleston, SC.
It’s not often that we get to install a job in our own backyard, but this past November, our Bourne team was able to board the Norwegian Gem in Detyens Shipyard to complete the new smoke stack and vessel marquee.
Cruise industry members face the challenge of keeping passengers and crew safe while delivering ships with stylish interiors and uninterrupted experiences.
Companies like Bourne Group are developing new products to help cruise companies to protect the health and safety of their guests and crew when their ships return to sea.
Historically, the designer in me would grapple with an over-abundance of notices, floor decals, placards, stanchions, signage and barriers (as helpful and necessary as they may be). But, the truth of the matter is that they are all necessary in this post-COVID world (that and the fact that yes, I work in the signage industry).
The last year has been a whirlwind of success for US-based maritime signage firm Bourne Group. Patrick McNulty, the firm’s owner, speaks with Lindsay James to explain why
At the onset of the COVID pandemic, we were all faced with uncertainty in our respective industries. Also, like many, Bourne Group found itself asking what we could do to help our community.
The co-founders of Bourne Group tell Richard Humphreys about replacing the ship’s signage before her move to Alaska
Marine signage firm is looking forward to the year ahead after expanding its offerings and opening a new office space