Government Signs

Whether you are a city, county, state or even a federal governmental body, signage is an important part of your buildings aesthetic. This is especially true in the area of “way-finding” signage.  How many times have you visited a government building and found yourself lost upon entering?  We have extensive experience in signage for all levels of government and the many departments found within. Whether it is an impressive exterior sign, commemorative metal plaque, or “In God We Trust” chamber lettering, government institutions require a variety of signage.
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Metal Plaques – Almost every government building has commemorative metal plaques that adorn their interior and exterior walls.  Plaques come in a variety of material and construction mediums: bronze and aluminum, cast or etched.  The buildings house markers, seals, logos and emblems with a variety of textures, finishes and colors.   Portrait options are also found in a variety of “reliefs”.

Way-finding/Directional Signs – Perhaps the most important interior signs for government buildings are those classified as “directional” or “way-finding”.  With so many departments and offices ensconced in a government building, effective directional signage is really essential for the public to find where they are going as quickly as possible.

Building Signs – As with non-governmental entities, we design, permit, fabricate and install a comprehensive variety of all types of illuminated and non-illuminated exterior building signs for government institutions.

ADA Compliant Signs – Of all buildings, government buildings should have the most up-to-date ADA signage.  After all, governments make the laws and they should, if anyone should, make sure their buildings are ADA compliant.  We can help with this.

Other Interior Signs – Government buildings often have a variety of dimensional interior lettering. These are typically metals letters in either a gold or bronze finish.  Departmental wall signs are often dimensional letters, routed from a variety of materials and adorned with many different finishes. Colorful acrylic displays show off the latest city project, and can be changed out as time goes by with more recent projects.

Monument Signs – Most government buildings also have monument signs.  Whether these are made of concrete, stucco coated aluminum, or even a simple sandblasted wood signs, the designs, colors and construction mediums of these signs are endless.  Let us help you determine the best choice possible given the building aesthetics, compliance with city codes, and the purpose and utility of your sign.