At Metro, we consider ourselves lucky to work on a wide variety of different projects. We take pride in selecting the right materials to craft the signs our clients want, need, and have envisioned. Whether the client is a design/build firm, a general contractor, or an individual business owner, whether it’s interior or exterior signage, whether the job site is around the corner or three states away, we truly enjoy the variety we have in our work.
While reviewing some of our products and looking through our portfolio offers an overview of what Metro Sign & Awning does, these three downloads provide a little more insight into some of the work that goes on here.
Residential Building Signs: Exterior & Interior
Callahan Construction Management brought us a bit of a challenge – not only did Maxwell’s Green, a lifestyle amenity center, need interior and exterior signage, the exterior sign was big and heavy. And it needed to be rusted. Download the rest of the story here.
Green is the new Gold?
Green signage has grown more popular as LEED-Certified projects (like Maxwell’s Green, mentioned above) have become more prevalent. Metro Sign & Awning has worked with architects and construction and design/build firms for years to help them meet environmentally-friendly standards in their signage – some of which can help in qualifying their projects for LEED certification. Download our green signage tips here:
Vehicle Wraps: Signage on the Go
Signage is outdoor advertising, and few forms of advertising are as cost-effective as vehicle wraps. Metro Sign & Awning works with fleet owners to help take their message to the street. But why take our word for it? We interviewed a vehicle wrap who can give you a real tires-on-the-road look at signage on the go. Download it now and get rollin’.
Of course, since we have the opportunity to work with so many different types of business signage, we also have experience with virtually every type of material and fabrication technique available. (And the continuing education hours to show for it.)
Do you have questions about sign materials, or have a project in the planning stage?