Serigraphics Sign Systems, Inc. has been manufacturing high quality interior and exterior architectural and corporate signage since 1976. During this time we have worked with state colleges and universities, convention centers, medical campuses, corporate offices, governmental and civil, parks and recreation, shopping centers, casinos, stadiums, and arts and entertainment projects. We have worked as a Prime Contractor, Subcontractor, Consultant, Engineer, Installer and Design + Builder.
The 2017 SEGD Conference Experience Miami wound down very late Saturday evening and many happy but tired members found themselves with just a few hours left before their flights. The situation begged the question: is there a point to going to sleep at all? To everyone flying out at the crack of dawn on Sunday, we salute your dedication to your families!
The Selbert Perkins Design team had collaborated with HKS architects before on Dallas' AT&T Stadium, but this project was decidedly different. They found a very cool solution to a monumental design challenge in Minnesota.
Renee Rodriguez is the sales and marketing manager at Serigraphics Sign Systems.
Renee has over 30 years of sales and business development experience including retail, direct, and account management. Her extensive cold calling and lead generation abilities have resulted in large volume sales accounts. As a former proprietor of a website company, Renee understands business development through corporate branding, networking, lead generation, and quality products and services. Renee is responsible for identifying sales goals and objectives; designing sales strategies and accountability standards; and designing and maintaining research tools for the sales and marketing at Serigraphics.
Flexible workspaces are all the rage in the corporate world. For Motorola Mobility's new headquarters in Chicago's repurposed Merchandise Mart, Gensler tweaked the 21st century office genre with a hackable, graphically layered environment that celebrates Motorola's employees and the city they love.
Speaking of Home was a public art project that sought to reimagine the use and experience of the Twin Cities skyway system—the most expansive in North America—beyond its function as a utilitarian above-ground pedestrian thoroughfare.
The first skyway public art project in the history of the Twin Cities, it was installed in the IDS-Macy’s skyway bridge, 20 ft. above one of Minneapolis’s key downtown arteries and in the heart of the city’s financial and commercial district.