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Urban Sign is a national leader in architectural fabrication, partnering with innovative clients and designers to develop unique signage, exhibitions, places and interiors. We bring our value-based approach and expertise in quality construction methodologies to every project, whether it’s a single donor recognition sign or a complex, multi-tiered signage solution.
Since 2004, Urban Sign has established a reputation for quality engineering and fabrication excellence, founded on our architectural signage solutions. In recent years, we have applied these same principles to interior and exterior wayfinding, donor recognition, interpretive elements and more.
Urban Sign works with partners through every stage of the project to value engineer the solution, maximizing your budget while maintaining the focus on quality. We provide materials samples and physical mock-ups to help guide the decision process and supply engineer-approved shop drawings prior to beginning fabrication. At project close-out, maintenance documentation ensures the longevity of your project.
Excelling at both new technologies and time-tested fundamental skills means that Urban Sign can match the process to your project--providing the best solution at the best value. And with a 35,000+ square foot facility, we have the room to handle any size project. Urban Sign has expertise in:
• Millwork, metal and plastic fabrication
• Electrical assemblies & lighting
• Computer-aided routing, water & laser jet cutting
• Silk Screen printing and murals
• Photopolymer, etching, casting and sandblasting
• Spray painting, powder coating and baked enamel
• Die-cut vinyl and digital graphics
• Anodizing, plating and other finishes
• Large-scale fabrication
And once your project is complete, Urban’s team of experienced installers will deliver and install to our exact specifications, with no surprises.
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Railroads, Research and Rust at Philadelphia’s Rail Park
This Way, UPV! CVE Design in the Upper Perkiomen Valley
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Cloud Gehshan Helps Illuminate Spring Garden Connector
A busy transit hub entrance in an underpass
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