Major renovations, new construction sites, and even road construction all require construction graphics and signage not only to inform but also to help keep employees and the public safe.
Construction graphics are essential for busy and sometimes even confusing construction sites. Architecture and construction signage can be printed to provide workers, visitors, delivery people, and the unsuspecting public with clear information regarding the project and how to remain safe.
Developers and project owners will also use construction graphics as sales tools, compliance statements, and as advertising and promotional pieces.
In this post, our Phoenix printers at PRI Graphics will highlight the many different forms of construction site printing that we do for our clients including:
- Site Under Construction and Safety Graphics
- Architecture Constructions Signs
- Directional and Wayfinding Graphics
- Construction Fence Graphics
- Advertising and Promotional Construction Graphics
Safety & Site Under Construction Graphics
Safety is extremely important in any work zone. Construction site graphics can be printed to indicate the location of first aid stations, fire escape routes, and the presence of high voltage electricity, asbestos, or other dangerous processes such as blasting that need to be clearly identified.
The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) requires hazardous substances (and mixtures) within the construction site to be labeled correctly in accordance with specific GHS guidelines.
Other site construction graphics printing can be done to create signage, operating procedures, placards, identification labels, or process sheets related to the safe handling and storage of hazardous products. Orchestrating safety within high activity construction zones requires strategic placement of these types of hazard signs.
Architecture and Construction Graphics
PRI Graphics also offers specialized CAD printing services for architecture and construction printing. These services include scanning and archiving plus document distribution of all versions of engineering and architectural drawings. We also offer presentation support, specification manuals, and professional project closeout services.
Wayfinding and Construction Directional Signs
Road signs indicating traffic flow pattern changes help keep vehicle congestion from inhibiting work. They also provide safe routes of travel throughout the construction zone for visitors, employees, and contractors.
Wayfinding and construction directional signs can be printed to help guide contractors to the construction office and parking, or guide a visitor to the washrooms, or help a site employee find the lunchroom or first aid center.
As well, bulletin boards for safety and health information can be provided in lunchrooms or places applicable to congregations of site employees.
Wayfinding construction signs can also be used to indicate where large vehicles are turning plus if they are backing up and where delivery companies need to unload supplies or equipment.
Construction Fence Graphics & Wraps
Fence wraps and construction fence graphics can be single or double-sided. They are a great medium for promoting your project and/or an event like a grand opening or the completion of a new construction project. Developers and construction companies will also use construction fence wraps to provide privacy for the construction site.
Advertising & Construction Promotional Signs
Like construction fence graphics, banners and construction signage can be printed to promote or advertise your project. These display signs might also indicate the companies involved in the project and where to find the site sales and field marketing office.
About PRI Graphics
As a family-owned company, PRI Graphics operates two printing facilities including Phoenix and Mesa, AZ. Our professional printing services include in-house graphic design plus large format printing, digital printing, and personalized CAD printing.
For examples of sign types and shapes, check out Arizona Department of Transportation’s Manual of Approved Signs.
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