How do we fair? By making this giant sign to sit on top of the Giant Slide at the Iowa State Fair! Read more about the relocation and renaming of this popular fair attraction.
Taking a design from concept to finish sign is what we do. These Sammons Financial Group exterior architectural signs were designed with a vintage bank teller window in mind. See how they turned out!
Before you even step foot into the Ronald McDonald House, bold exterior signage serves as a beacon of hope. 18 foot tall illuminated cabinets with Flex Face Material stretched over an aluminum frame.
In order to properly serve the community, the Medical Center recognized the need to update and expand the aging medical facilities and the campus organization.
In 2008, Children’s Hospital & Medical Center embarked on a brand change throughout its network of physician medical offices and the central hospital. ASI was selected to be the long-term turn-key solution partner to implement the change for all of the locations.
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden needed a signage system to educate and inform visitors to the IAMS Animal Wellness Plaza about animal physiology and health.
CoBiz Financial needed a provider with vast experience and the ability to manage multi-location projects in a short timeframe. CoBiz selected ASI to implement the signage solutions.
ConAgra understood the importance and effect that a new exterior signage solution would have on both visitors and staff in terms of brightening the corporate campus and reinforcing the new brand identity.
To complement the newly renovated hospital, ASI, Nebraska provided a complete custom interior, exterior and donor recognition signage solution that integrates the updated CCMH brand identity.
ASI Signage Innovations along with Sling Shot Architecture provided a turn-key design-build solution for both interior & exterior identification and wayfinding signage.
Record-shattering ticket sales meant Eastern Iowa Airport needed to redesign their entire campus parking, including wayfinding signs, to handle increased traffic. They wanted creative signs, yet they also needed to be responsible financial stewards. ImageFirst’s custom signs made it easy for the airport to find savings, and made it easy for their passengers to find their way.
This multifaceted project focused on elevating the patient and resident experience along with providing the best possible environment for physicians and staff to work and provide care.
“I think ImageFirst did a great job, from bidding to completion of the project,” said Joseph Petrungaro, of Petrungaro & Associates. “Scott and Dave were excellent to work with and did everything within their power to make sure the job was a success.”