Project Highlight – Mercy College
AGS had the wonderful opportunity to fabricate interior signage and graphics for Mercy College’s newest renovation of Dorm 34. We were able to achieve Cannon Design’s beautiful vision with many fabrication prototypes and testing. This project was unique as Cannon Design created a schematic design that was not only stunning in appearance, but incredibly functional for the students residing in the building. Collaboration between AGS and Cannon Design led the project in a whole new direction when we provided samples of a digitally printed self-healing corkboard material. This created a long-lasting, operational piece of décor that is elegant yet useful. The graphics portion of the project not only contained the pin-up boards, but also integrated display cases, vinyl wall graphics, and dimensional letters. The room signage in this program was far from your typical ADA specifications. The room identifications were floor to ceiling with whiteboard material with dimensional numbers, insert signage, and ADA compliant numbering.Read More >>
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!Read More >>
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.Read More >>