When medical equipment manufacturer, Guy & O’Neill decided to re-organize their corporate campus, they called Sign Effectz for all of the new signage. Their campus, made up of three buildings located in a one and a half block area, called for a new corporate sign, way-finding signs, a building sign and numerous smaller signs.
The existing signs weren’t keeping up with the company’s branding upgrades over the years. In fact, the signs were a number of design concepts behind from their current branding. The company also made the decision to move their corporate office from one of the buildings to another one on campus to better suit the growing needs of its work force.
The new monument sign in front clearly identifies the corporate office to nearby traffic and visitors to the campus. When a customer visits or a shipment arrives, they want to make sure they can find their way. One of the biggest issues resolved is the direction the way-finding signs give to truck drivers arriving with raw materials and supplies, improving efficiency of the operation.
Unlike some other vendors, we take the time to assist the client with selecting the ideal placement for their signs. That’s especially important to organizations with multiple buildings on their property. Our rep drove around campus with the client to identify the best viewing angles, establish an effective layout plan and pinpoint specific locations for the new signs. We don’t just build signs, we ensure complete client satisfaction.
We also bring a deep portfolio of successful sign projects, giving clients access to cutting-edge ideas for their new signs. It means they don’t have to reinvent the wheel when coming up with concepts and ideas for new signs, no matter how big the project is.
The new sign system installed at Guy & O’Niell’s newly reorganized corporate campus included an impactful mix of sign types:
- One main sign (routed monument sign)
- One building sign
- Three major way finding signs
- Smaller signs – dock door identification