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The AGS Face Shield Project

Project Spotlight, Information and Updates / 05.19.2020

The events of the last few months made all of us at AGS think about how we could do our part to support front-line workers in the fight against COVID-19. Then we heard that a client of ours, Kohelet Yeshiva high School in Merion Station, PA, had started making face shields to give to medical professionals. We knew we had found our opportunity to help.

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Subaru of America

Project Spotlight / 08.29.20190 comments

AGS Chosen as the signage and environmental graphics manufacturer for Subaru

In 2018, AGS was presented with the opportunity to work on an immensely rewarding project alongside Subaru of America as they relocated their headquarters to Camden, NJ. Subaru is more than just a car company. They continue to stand by their promise to “always do the right thing” for their community. AGS is very honored to have been given this opportunity and couldn’t be more proud of how the project came together!

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The Franklin Institute Donor Keys

Project Spotlight / 04.22.20180 comments

The Franklin Institute is among the most historic museums in the United States in which the education and development of science occurs. Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it is named after the famous American scientist Benjamin Franklin, and is the home of the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial.

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Virginia Hospital Center Exterior Signage Project

Project Spotlight, Design Process / 05.25.20150 comments

Virginia Hospital Center (VHC) in Arlington, VA serves the local Washington, DC community as a teaching hospital that provides state-of-the-art healthcare services in over 530,000 square feet of facilities.

In 2005 a new interior and exterior signage system had been installed with the addition of a new tower which connects to the existing buildings both within the hospital and underground from the parking garage. Since installation, VHC had been receiving feedback from its patients and visitors about the difficulty of navigating through the buildings.

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