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ADA Sign Guidelines White paper

White Paper title ADA Accessible Signage Update. This white paper outlines all of the updated codes issues related to ADA signage.

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Fall In Love With Fascia All Over Again

There are new reasons to fall in love with the Fascia sign system! What are those reasons, you ask?

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Our Favorite Signs from 2017

In the Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, and Illinois territories we really had some fun in 2017. We'd like to share just a few of our favorite signs from last year.

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Bring the Outdoors In!

Get the look of Cor-ten (rusted) steel using aluminum and our faux weathering/rusting steel finishing process.

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Don’t Get Stuck in the Stairwell!

Stairwell signage is a common area of confusion when it comes to knowing what signs are necessary. We're here to tell you what is required for both life safety and ADA (Americans with Disabilities) needs.

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ADA Through 5 Frequently Asked Questions

Our team is asked numerous questions on ADA guidelines for signage, every day. Here are a few answers to the most frequently asked questions.

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Evolving Sign Codes

In recent years the International Building Code (IBC) was widely implemented and essentially the standard rule. All stairwell signs were to follow the same set of requirements with only a rare deviation. Not today.

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2016 Featured Projects: Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado

As this year comes to a close, we take a moment to reflect and share our great appreciation to all of you for our successes of 2016. Giving a nod to each of our regional offices, it was difficult to choose a featured project for the year. We think you’ll like these!

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FasciaFreestyle - Slim and Modern Sign System

As a leader in interior signage, exterior signage and digital signage solutions, we are excited to introduce a new product to our catalog: FasciaFreestyle, a bright, simple and unique system that brings fun and versatility into the wayfinding industry.

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Signs of Hope - How the Cedar Rapids Public Library Overcame a Flood

In 2008, a flood completely destroyed the Cedar Rapids downtown Public Library building, along with half of the library's collection. The library reopened in August 2013 and saw an astounding 600,000 visits from the community in its first year of service.

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