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APCO (Atlanta) provided its Accord 15 system components for the donor recognition program and Lifetime Member Wall at the University of Maryland's Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center. The system was also used for all interior signage for the center.

The company also announced that a wide range of AutoDesk Revit BIM (Building Information Modeling) objects for APCO products are now available at ARCAT.com.

Barco

Barco (Rancho Cordova, Calif.) provided its RLM-W6 DLP projectors for the interactive art/architecture exhibit RealTime UnReal, which premieres at the Museum of Contemporary Art Montreal this month. Created by the international art collective Workspace Unlimited, the exhibit merges visitors' experience of virtual and physical space, creating multi-perspective "hybrid spaces" where the real and the virtual interweave in a constant flux.

Deuce Design

photograph of Port Botany interpretive signage

Deuce Design (Sydney) created a signage program for the second stage of the Port Botany bird estuary, part of the Port Botany Expansion Project by Sydney Ports Corporation. Deuce's work included more than 30 interpretive panels featuring detailed bird illustrations rendered in vitreous enamel, paired with large laser-cut metal panels depicting bird life. The first phase of the project included wayfinding and directional signage.

Gemini Inc Recognized for its Outstanding Efforts

Gemini Inc. (Cannon Falls, Minn.) was recognized for its outstanding efforts to promote safety and create better work environments for employees within its plants. The manufacturer of dimensional letters, logos, and plaques received a safety award during the Iowa-Illinois Safety Council's 58th Annual Professional Development Conference and Expo held in April. Gemini's Decorah, Iowa, plant received the award in recognition of its Incident Rate Excellence.

Priority Sign

photograph of Ron D'Alessandro at Priority Sign

Priority Sign (Sheboygan, Wis.) has promoted Ron D'Alessandro to Chief Executive Officer. D'Alessandro has been with Priority since 2001, when the company purchased his business, MTM Signs. He will be responsible for all operations including sales, manufacturing, project management, and financials.

"Ron has been the driving force in our growth into a leading national sign program management and manufacturing company," say Carl Admundsen and Craig White, company co-chairmen and founders.

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