Interior directional signage (also called interior wayfinding signage) is incredibly helpful to building users on a day-in and day-out basis.
Of course, those interior signs also must meet ADA standards. But when a facility’s use has changed or a new group of building visitors is expected, a little extra emphasis can help everyone.
Bright and bold vinyl graphics to the rescue!
Going Back to School with Vinyl Interior Graphics
Summer’s just begun and it’s already time for institutions to prepare for classes (and students!) next semester. Metro Sign & Awning is helping day care facilities, community centers and other organizations prepare for Back to School season with new vinyl graphics that add color, enhance branding, and assist building users with wayfinding.
See our portfolio for examples of how professionally-designed and installed interior dimensional graphics can get the school year off to a great start.
Metro is a MHEC Approved Member
For more than a decade, Metro Sign & Awning has partnered with schools, colleges, municipalities, libraries and other institutions to create, install and maintain interior and exterior signage – including extensive wayfinding projects that assist visitors, reinforce branding, and look beautiful.
These partnerships have included:
- North Reading High School
- East Boston Public Library
- Suffolk University
- City of Holyoke Park Program
- Museum of Fine Arts
- Downtown Waltham Partnership
- City of Lowell Façade Revitalization Program
…. just to name a few.
Making those partnerships easier on everyone, Metro Sign and Awning is an approved member and provider of the Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium (MHEC). This means MHEC member organizations can benefit from Metro’s sign design expertise, service and installation, at a MHEC contracted volume value.