Timely Signs works to Restore the Shore, creates recognition for a hospital, and gets you on the right path for mall shopping.
TImely Signs of Kingston

Wow! The Holidays are here already!

Poughkeepsie Galleria Exterior WayfindingWhich means popping out to your local shopping mall to get gifts, decorations and maybe even some really great deals on something for yourself.

If you happen to visit the Poughkeepsie Galleria during your holiday merriment, be on the lookout for some new and exciting changes. Notably, the new Exterior Directional System created and installed by none other than Timely Signs.

The new exterior way-finding system takes a fresh approach to their previous navigation, as the old system suffered from an inadequate array of conflicting information. Our designer created a more streamlined solution that divides a main backer panel in half with 2 raised aluminum panels that have a directional arrow above each one, then simply lists all the stores underneath that are in that particular direction. The complimentary color scheme further helps with the overall effectiveness of the project. There is also a subtle flourish of the letter G, as an accent graphic to the panels.

To read more about project, CLICK HERE.

The Center for Ambulatory Services at Vassar Brothers Hospital

When Health Quest, the Mid-Hudson Valley’s largest integrated health care system, decided to build a state-of-the-art surgical center in Poughkeepsie, New York, they called on Timely Signs to develop an exterior signage plan as well as a comprehensive donor recognition system. This center provides much needed additional operating room capacity to the surgeons practicing at Vassar and surrounding hospitals resulting in less wait time between diagnosis and scheduled surgeries.

To read more about these great projects, CLICK HERE or look below to see a sampling of images from the project.

Timely Signs Helps "Restore The Shore"

Just recently we were asked to work on a project down at the MTV studios in Times Square. The project consisted of certain elements for the set design of an upcoming Telethon they were producing on Hurricane Sandy Relief. The telethon, called “Restore the Shore,” was to help drum up donations for relief efforts for Seaside Heights.

Timely Signs was called in to print and install large vinyl floor graphics on the circular stage and a set of custom routed dimensional letters for the donation phone desk.

To read more about this great project and see video from the show, visit our website.

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