TSF Helps Lead Multi-Faceted Team to Bring Sophisticated Signage to Kirkland City Services

After receiving several bids to create a central sign network for 4 fire stations and one community center, the city of Kirkland selected The Sign Factory to complete the project.  “We were pleased with their design and layout, color scheme, competitive pricing and references, “said Gina M. Horillosa, City of Kirkland Public Works Department.

Horillosa says the project required tight coordination with multiple teams including IT, Facilities, Planning, Public Works, Fire Department and NETVERSANT, a national provider for technology solutions.  “Sign Factory team member Kevin Hill did a great job being persistent to accommodate communication and scheduling,” she said.  “All of the team members were very professional.  We would definitely work with them again in the future.”

The illuminated monument signs with LED electronic message centers provide commuters with an easy-to-view resource for city services such as the fire department and paramedics.  The electronic message center units(back to back with center pole) feature an amber message center top section anchored upon a custom fabricated aluminum cabinet painted sulfurous green, toned down teal and mocha latte.

“We have the experience, in-house resources and vendor relationships to provide a competitive bid within constraints of city budgets,” said Jim Risher, President, The Sign Factory.  “Congratulations to Gina, Kevin and the rest who’ve made this project a success.”

The Sign Factory has successfully created and installed cutting-edge branding signage for municipalities and government organizations such as the City of Kirkland.  For more information on how your organization can leverage state-of-the-art design and technology, please visit www.thesignfactoryusa.comor call 425-822-1200.