Installation, a crucial and sometimes demanding operation

Depending on the projects carried out, M&M Marketing may have to install it at the customer’s premises. Whether it is a light box, a banner, freestanding supports or carpets, it is important to prepare an installation plan with the required positioning for the different items. Generally, the client provides his plan, or asks for one to be proposed to him. Sometimes, this information is combined with photos of the installation site.

Before sending an installer to a site, all of this information must be collected:

– Name of the project

– Name of on-site contact (customer or building or site superintendent)

– Telephone number of the contact on site

– Planned installation date with start and end times

– Uninstall date if required, with start and end times

– Hours of operation or permitted hours for installation

– Indoor or outdoor (battery or gas-powered machinery)

– Noise authorized or not (specify – are the tools authorized)

– Need an access card, key, chip or code?

– If required, is the forklift provided or does it have to be taken care of?

– If required, can the forklift be delivered the day before? Where?

– Site map and positioning of banners or other display products

– Type of installation, maximum height

– CCQ card (Quebec Competency Certificate) required or not?

– If required, electricity available and in place (plug closed)

– Permission to take photos of installed products

Here are installations carried out by M&M which demonstrate the complexity encountered by installers.

Tribute to our great entrepreneurs: the Parquet of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CPDQ)

Photos of banner installation with rig installers. The rig is a type of installation that consists of installing banners or other items using steel cables fixed to the ceiling by anchor points. It is this type of installation that is used for stage set-ups. In this case, the installation took place at the Parquet of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec. The only way to install that was allowed was the rig, with flexible poles that held the banners in tension.

Covering of facades for the Mail Montenach in Beloeil

Here we see an example of installing facade banners, to cover storefronts that are unoccupied. Two installers fixed the banners very precisely using steel wires connected to ceiling anchors. The issue here was that there were three different ceiling heights, because of the drop ceilings.

Dynamic mobile mountain bike teams!

During the Vélirium event at Mont Sainte-Anne, hundreds of volunteers and first aiders, all-terrain vehicle pilot specialists come to the site throughout the event to help visitors, rescue athletes who are injured and help supplies to different places. It’s not trivial to ride a mountain bike on a mountain bike for two weeks!

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