Jackson Bird Design

2016   more
YMCA

2015   more
Fallow Park

2015   more
Project Library

2014   more
Jhoots Pharmacy launch

2014   more
Calibre Build branding

2014   more
Meon Grove Project

March 2013   more
Walsall Waterfront completion

February 2013   more
World athletics record

September 2012   more
Restoration website

July 2012   more
Goodfish plastic components

June 2012   more
Bracebridge Engineering

May 2012   more
Mind the Gap new website

April 2012   more
Benteller displays

March 2012   more
Traditional Structures branding

November 2011   more
Quest 4 Alloys

October 2011   more
Nauticalloy propeller shafts

June 2011   more
Report for Vialogy

May 2011   more
Waterside regeneration award

March 2011   more
New client Traditional Structures

February 2011   more
Compomotive 2011 range

December 2010   more
Sad news from Spain

November 2010   more
Spectacular building progess

October 2010   more
Modular display to raise profile

September 2010   more
Vialogy report for 4th year

August 2010   more
Art Square sales presentation

July 2010   more
Derek Evans web launch

June 2010   more
Art One canalside development

May 2010   more
Public art ‘Tree of Life

April 2010   more
New identity for construction company

March 2010   more
CECA's new guide to infrastructure

February 2010   more
Waterfront South development launched

January 2010   more
Sheila Harper prospectus for third year

January 2010   more
Compomotive start 2010 at Autosport show

 

February 2010
Waterfront South development launched

Jackson Bird organised the launch for our client Jessup of their Waterfront South development, with Regional Minister for the West Midlands, Ian Austin MP opening the event. This first phase of Walsall’s Waterfront begins its transformation into a dynamic canalside quarter. The event was held at the internationally renowned New Art Gallery Walsall, which is adjacent to the scheme, and forms a cultural backdrop to the development. Children from Birchills Primary School presented Mr Austin with a time capsule of their thoughts and drawings of life in Walsall, which will be buried on the site.