We recently completed an exciting project for the Fire Service College based in Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. The Fire Service College is one of the world’s largest operational fire and rescue training facilities and its 365 acre venue enables them to replicate building fires, aircraft disasters, train derailments, motorway pile-ups and even ship rescues. It truly is a world class facility!
The Fire Service approached us to create a large exhibition stand for the Emergency Services Show at the NEC . Part of the stand’s focus was to help promote their new Mobile Carbonaceous Training Unit (MCTU). A groundbreaking new tool to help train and prepare fireman for the realities of close quarter fire fighting. To this end we also created a promotional video – (see MCTU promotional video blog for further details). Our promotional video for the MCTU can be watched below:
This exhibition stand project included a large-scale stand design featuring a private meeting space, large scale graphics, software demo zones an interactive video game and physical challenge.
By their nature firefighters have to be in good physical shape and they tend to be a competitive bunch! So we created a physical game with accompanying interactive video. Firefighters then had to race against the clock to get as high up the burning building as they could – whilst noticing various key hazards on the way.