Portfolio: Custom Trade Show Exhibits, Trade Show Displays, and Solutions
CTM Exhibits has designed and built many trade show exhibits for a wide range of customers. Here are some examples of what we have produced.
The Vancouver Aquarium required a new display on their lower floor to showcase frogs. This exhibit had to be durable to allow for the audience attending this exhibit. It had to be made to withstand 5 years worth of use. The environmental elements such as the humidity and temperature had to be taken into consideration in selecting the materials to build the exhibit.
Canadian Tourism Commission
The Canadian Tourism Commission required a display that was versatile, capable of being used as a 20x20 and up to a 60x70 exhibit. Capable of showcasing all of the Canadian Tourism partners. Traveling North America, this exhibit does 4 - 6 shows a year.
BC Biotech / BC Life Sciences
British Columbia Pavilion inside the Canada Pavilion at the International BIO show. 8 participating companies under one roof. A 3 year contract. Tasked with providing each partner with equal and adequate exposure, while also offering the BC Biotech group with general areas for meetings and presentations.
An original “Fab-Rental” system with a unique “Heads-Up” graphic display on corner kiosks that merges the visual on the kiosk with that on the rotating ring.
A bold color back wall with an effective graphic mural combined with a unique canopy ceiling - is all it takes to provide an effective environment for this client
A clean, confident and a “well established” look to a very young company (which is actually a “Spin-off” sister company to an industry leader)
An industrial look to a display environment for working bottling lines machinery
A technically challenging Custom Exhibit with actual embedded burning fireplace products
Custom built “House-like” booth for window and door products - presented at their “natural” state.
"From Concept to Completion."
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