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ADA Signs

Under standards established by the Americans with Disabilities Act, many facilities now are required to use tactile (raised letter) and Braille signs. As part of a comprehensive approach to signing a facility, SouthWood can provide custom ADA signs in zinc, photopolymer, magnesium and other materials to meet clients’ design and budgetary expectations.  ADA signage can range from very basic to highly decorative, creative solutions.  Because this type sign is often used in large quantities, it is important that proper sign planning and wayfinding be done to insure that all signs work together as a functional system. SouthWood can offer assistance in this regard by reviewing our clients’ proposed plan or helping them create a plan.

Case Studies

  • Case Study

    Gables 820 West

    Signage with an industrial edge for an urban mid-rise development.