The Mississippi River winds south from its headwaters in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico, cutting the continental United States in half. For hundreds of years, the river has inspired storytellers and songwriters, but most recently it inspired another group: Cyclists.
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The National Institutes of Health has picked Connexient’s MediNav digital wayfinding and patient experience solution for its Clinical Center Complex on the NIH Campus in Bethesda, Maryland, Connexient CEO Mark Green announced today.
Workers are rushing to get the state’s first slots parlor ready for its grand opening on June 24.
The digital signage market is poised for double-digit growth in the next few years, according to a study released by market research firm IDC.
Metro Sign & Awning of Tewksbury, MA, has expanded to Southern New Hampshire and Vermont through the acquisition of Custom Designs Signs (CDS) of Keene, NH, making it easier and more convenient to deliver on its more than 25 plus years of experience in signage design, fabrication, and services to businesses, architects, and developers in the greater Monadnock and Brattleboro regions of New Hampshire and Vermont.
Neon Signs have been coming off store fronts and into the art and design world. Check out some of our favorite that are perfect for your home.
Old traditions die hard, so it’s particularly significant that the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is busy installing a slew of new signage for the 99th running of the Indy 500 later this month.
While historic preservation has been scrupulously observed, new signage will soon grace the old track’s walls, its grandstands, the aptly named “Gasoline Alley,” and even the track’s control tower, lovingly called the “pagoda.”
Suffolk Northeast, an innovative people- and community-oriented building construction management firm, has been awarded the Massachusetts Port Authority’s (Massport) “Terminal E Renovation and Enhancements” project at Logan International Airport.
The project is massive, including approximately 110,000 square feet of new construction and 150,000 square feet of renovation. The finished structure will be able to accommodate the new Airbus A380 Group VI aircraft — the world’s largest passenger jet.
But Suffolk is no stranger to large and challenging projects. In fact, this is Suffolk’s fourth major project for Massport at Logan Airport in recent years (including Terminal B, photo).
An attorney for the family of the driver of a sport-utility vehicle involved in the fiery Metro-North Railroad crash in February alleges a Westchester County train crossing lacked sufficient signage, warning lights and other features that could have prevented the tragedy.
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