Melanie Daigle

Melanie Daigle, ALTO & FOLIA by SH
Huntingdon, QUE

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Leading the team with her boundless energy and dedication to SH, Melanie Daigle brings over 20 years of business management experience to her official role as Graphics team leader and unofficial role of company pack leader.

When caring for clients, Melanie is focused on providing the most efficient and cost-effective solution for their custom and large-format graphic needs. She has researched the experimental graphics world extensively, and stands behind ALTO™ and FOLIA™ as ideal materials for the needs of this generation of designers and architects.

Since coming to SH, Melanie Daigle has taken the time to get to know the company inside and out. From workshop to office, there is no corner that Melanie hasn’t explored in the service of offering the best products and finest customer care. She has received technical training for both ALTO™ and FOLIA™ products, and takes a personal interest in continuing to develop these eco-friendly products.

As a leader, Melanie Daigle motivates the team to express their ideas and come up with creative solutions that meet clients’ unique needs. She is a true believer in collaboration, encouraging everyone at SH to work together to create a positive work environment where ideas flow and employees thrive.

SH is a leading provider of innovative custom solutions for wide-format graphics applications. ALTO™ Aluminum and FOLIA™ Interior are customizable surface material products used for durable and vibrant architectural elements, public art installations, signage, and branded experiences. SH is a tight-knit team of 50 craftspeople, designers, project managers and customer care specialists serving clients across Canada, the United States and internationally.

View more at www.altoaluminum.com. Connect with Melanie Daigle on LinkedIn.

Blog

Signs of Change—Adapting to a New Visitor Experience

Read Time: 2.5 minutes

By Melanie Daigle, ALTO™️ I FOLIA™️ by SH

Watching over the past few months as countries have opened back up, it’s become clear that we are not interacting with the world the way we used to. Behaviors have changed, especially in public spaces. Now, those who are maintaining and designing public spaces have to consider how to keep people safe in those spaces, and that means everyone from maintenance staff to volunteers to visitors.

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