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Enhancing Safety and Efficiency with Customized Construction Signage

Read time: 4 minutes  |  Author: PRI Graphics  |  Posted: June 27th, 2023

Whenever we pass a construction site, we invariably encounter an array of construction company signs. From detour alerts and flag person indicators to temporary fence wraps and ‘under construction’ announcements, these signs play a pivotal role in ensuring safety and efficiency on a construction site.

In this article, our seasoned professionals at PRI Graphics & Signs delve into the diverse types of custom construction sign printing that can be created, ranging from large-scale project concept visualizations to construction banners, safety notices, and even state-of-the-art illuminated backlit display signs.

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Purpose and Benefits of Construction Company Signs

Construction site signage encompasses crucial wayfinding and directional signs that facilitate easy navigation for site visitors. These can help individuals locate the office, direct deliveries, or establish traffic routes.

Equipment operators rely on these signs to ascertain crucial information such as the permissible overhead clearance for their machinery in specific project areas, or if a road permits bidirectional or solely one-way traffic.

For the workforce on the site, the signage helps identify equipment storage locations, first aid stations, washrooms, and designated areas for clocking in and out.

In essence, construction company signs are meticulously designed to prioritize safety. They provide employees, contractors, and the public with indispensable information and directions, enabling safe and efficient navigation within and around the construction zone.

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Assortment of Construction Site Signage

Our Phoenix-based printing company, PRI Graphics, has created an extensive array of construction company signs for various sites throughout Arizona. A glimpse into some types of these signs include:

  • Safety & Danger Notices
  • Hazard & Toxic Warning Indicators
  • Emergency Directions
  • Equipment Lockout Labels
  • ADA Signage
  • Heavy Load Indicators
  • Video Surveillance Alerts
  • Wall Covering Signs
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Transforming Construction Sites with Custom Signage

Irrespective of the scale or type of your construction project, custom site signage is indispensable for maintaining safety standards and optimizing the workplace’s efficiency.

Should you require custom construction sign printing for your project, including site graphics and sign printing, PRI Graphics has the technical equipment, proficiency, and knowledge to cater to your needs.

We align with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), a universally accepted standard for signage that provides an extra layer of security and safety for construction site signage. We can assist you in making your construction site GHS compliant, further enhancing the safety quotient.

About PRI Graphics & Signs

If you wish to know more about our custom construction site sign printing services, don’t hesitate to reach out. You can contact our PRI Graphics printing experts locally at 1-602-393-3131 or toll-free at 1-877-409-8889.

Being a family-owned printing company based in Arizona, we have nearly 40 years of dedicated service under our belt, catering to the needs of the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction industries.

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About the Author

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PRI Graphics – Director, Marketing & Brand Management

PRI Graphics is a marketing and design expert who is passionate about new emerging trends in digital media and business strategy. A member of AMA with a PCM® in marketing management, he continues to strengthen his knowledge and skill sets in the marketing ecosystem. Prior to joining PRI, he pursued a career in filmmaking and carries on the passion for brand development.