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Priority Graphics Signage Helps Launch New San Francisco Animal Care & Control Facility

Written by: Juliana Choy Sommer
Published: December 22, 2020
Category: Featured Clients

Last year, Clark Construction awarded Priority Architectural Graphics the contract for interior and exterior signage for the new Animal Care and Control facility to be housed at 1419 Bryant Street.

The historic 65,000 square foot brick building was originally constructed in 1893 and housed the San Francisco Power Plant and more recently was used by SFMTA. The modern, multilevel facility is being seismically retrofitted and repurposed as a world-class animal care center including the animal hospital, emergency room, medical laboratory, X-ray-, and infirmary isolation areas. Clark Construction will complete the project in January 2021 and ACC will move into the building in March. The full project will be completed in winter of 2021.

“Our role in the Animal Care and Control project was initially to provide the full continuum of interior and exterior signage including room identification, wayfinding and lobby signage as well as exterior building signage. Our scope expanded over time, however, when we partnered with Friends of Animal Care and Control for donor signage, an exciting expansion of the project’s scope” notes PAG Project Manager, Jennifer Bennett.

Clark Construction Project Manager, Cherrelle Jarrett describes her experience working with the Priority team:

The Priority team will complete a donor wall in the Spring of 2021 as well as room identification donor signs featuring animal-inspired graphics designed by a local artist.

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