Large construction projects can take a long time to complete from beginning to end. From planning, to approval, to ground work to actually building the structure, years can pass. Construction site signs provide an opportunity to fulfill several functions: inform the public what is being built, show the public what the new building will look like, and advertising for the various companies involved.
This is a construction site sign for a new elementary school being built in Glenpool, Oklahoma. Since we set the posts and install the sign panels in one visit, additional bracing is used to keep the posts level and in place while the concrete cures. The customer then has the option to remove the bracing a few days later for a cleaner look or to just leave them in place.
Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more about have a site sign made and installed.
This project was an installation only project. After some manufacturing and shipping delays, the delivery of the digital board was not going to arrive until the day before it needed to be installed and operation. We were able to coordinate with the manufacturer sales staff, the Oklahoma State facilities, and the data technician to get this installed just in the nick of time.
Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more about installation and/or removal projects.
This custom wall logo for Atlas General Contractors is made from ¼” thick stainless steel with a #304 brush texture applied to the surface. This is the same brush texture that is used on a lot of higher end modern appliances. The backs of each piece have a stud welded to them. To install, a paper template is taped in place and holes are drilled for each stud mount. Then it is just a matter of applying some silicone adhesive and inserting each letter’s studs into the holes. The result is a very modern, clean sign that has no exposed fasteners.
These types of signs can be made from a variety of materials, thicknesses, and sizes. Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more.