Priority Architectural Graphics continues to capitalize on the growing trend in large-scale, public-private housing and commercial development which continues across the Bay Area. Examples of this include Treasure Island to the mixed-use redevelopment of Pier 70 to expanded projects in Mission Bay and SOMA.
A key competitive advantage for Priority Architectural Graphics when sourcing signage package projects with General Contractors is the company’s “soup-to-nuts” full-continuum of products and services from design, planning, project management and manufacturing to union sign installation. The company has a successful track record of working with larger commercial general contractors including Turner and Clark Construction, among others.
Priority Graphics is now prequalified for signage projects with Clark Construction, Webcor, Turner Construction, Swinerton, Hensel Phelps, Build Group, Skanska, DPR, Nibbi, Level 10, Vance Brown, Hathaway Dinwiddie, BCCI and Devcon.
“At Priority, we know that large construction projects often specify working with union installers for signage. These are complex, multi-purpose/multi-use developments which benefit from the quality-focus and high-standards of Union sign installers who we have worked with for years. We have a long standing relationship with Local 22 at Priority Graphics. I think this is one of the benefits we can offer developers and general contractors sourcing signage partners – “one stop shopping”, offering both manufacturing and union installed signage when it comes to capabilities. And of course, delivering signage on time and on budget. While there are other signage companies both locally, regionally and even nationally who deliver manufacturing, most don’t also benefit from the strong relationships we have built with the Carpenters Union.”
Recent large-scale commercial development projects completed by the team at Priority Architectural Graphics include the Hunters Point Shipyard (Five Point Development/Lennar) and ongoing signage work at San Francisco International Airport (Hensel Phelps Construction).