Post & Panel
In addition to following the letter of the law with respect to mandated signage displays, having a broad range of construction signs at your jobsite makes common sense. Safety, productivity and wayfinding are just some of the functions these products fulfill. What are your options?
When you want passersby to know who is in charge of the construction site, who is doing the electrical wiring or who is entrusted with the excavation, you need fence signs. Popular choices include aluminum boards that feature a digitally imprinted vinyl overlay highlighting your company’s name, logo, contact information and niche. Place them at intervals along the site's fence for best results.
Marketing the Finished Product
An architect’s vision for a commercial or residential construction project helps consumers to see beyond the half-finished building. It generates interest and can help investors, managers and owners of the project to rent out or sell the properties well in advance of their completion. A common site display includes a large post and panel sign on one or more corners of the site.
Safety and Productivity Enhancing Signage
Remember that your construction site employs seasoned professionals as well as newcomers to the various trades. For those who have never been on a construction site before, having the right signs in place can make the difference between avoiding accidents and holding up the work because of an emergency. Examples include caution signs for hardhat areas and overhead work as well as markers that label the eyewash station and first aid kit location.
Heavy equipment parking signs, instructions for use of various tools and the warning that the site is accessible only to authorized personnel also fall into this category. Site operators prefer aluminum signs with imprinted vinyl overlays because of the durability that this material brings to the table. Opt for yellow backgrounds with black lettering and symbols. Digitally printed banners, post and panel signage as well as decals fulfill this function, too.
As the construction nears completion, property owners and investors may make more frequent visits. Building inspectors also visit the site. Visitor signage must include clear parking area instructions, wayfinding markers that point the way across the site to the management office and ADA signage that fulfill the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Once again, aluminum is a great material to work with for a broad range of uses. Clad with imprinted vinyl that alternatively displays the parking symbol, the handicap parking sign and the arrows that lead to the office are some suggestions.
Ordering Your Signage Today
The professionals at Forerunner Signs & Graphics serve the business communities in and around Kansas City and Lee's Summit, MO, as well as those in and around Kansas City, Overland Park, Olathe and Shawnee, KS. Our experts understand that it is impossible to adopt a one-size-fits-all approach to effective construction sign orders. We work with you to create a signage suite that considers your site’s unique needs. Contact us today to get started on the process.