Process is as important as results. Rush situations present up to 3 hurdles:
The following took place upon the client representative's pairing of Techsign with the project architect.
Techsign attended 2 brief in-person meetings:
Techsign carried on with minimal oral instruction and observing 3 visuals furnished by the project architect.
Techsign documentation prepared within 2 weeks included:
Prior to commencing documentation, an express site visit was made to acquire whatever as-built dimensions were available.
In the midst of production, Techsign expediently fielded random change requests that:
Techsign proactively solved problems as seen fit and performed extra service at no charge.
Floor plan changes requested by participants
Third plan (below right) contains 2 changes requested separately:
- Alternate the colors to prevent red appearing over taupe.
- Eliminate Bank B.
Shop drawing change by Techsign
Applied ingenuity helped accommodate the unexpected configuration built by the elevator and millwork contractors.
Signage works, in part, when signs are conscientiously specified to accommodate surroundings and physical conditions.
It's part of Signs that Work™ — Techsign’s framework of priorities that address Communication, Aesthetics and Practicality.
Learn more about Signs that Work on our main page.