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Adler Aphasia Center, Maywood, NJ

Posted by Cory Courtois on August 11, 2016

While Welch Sign is well known in Maine and New Hampshire as a quality purveyor of many sign types, we are also known nationally for our work on Donor Wall and Donor Recognition projects.

One recently completed project for the Adler Aphasia Center in Maywood, New Jersey occurred due to a relationship which dates back years between Welch Vice President Kathy Davis, and Adler Aphasia’s artist-in-residence at the time, Bonnie Cohen.

“(Kathy's) an expert in donor recognition and fundraising campaigns,” Cohen explained in an article published by the Jewish Standard. “She coordinates every aspect of the project -- she’s the reason I have great opportunities to create artwork for wonderful organizations all over the country.”

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Topics: case studies, healthcare, donor recognition

Jewish senior services -- generator wraps

Posted by Cory Courtois on August 3, 2016
Jewish Senior Services has been a leader and trusted provider of skilled nursing and senior care services for over 40 years. They recently contracted Welch Sign to develop large format, full-color prints to wrap two enormous generator housings on the new Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Campus in Bridgeport, Connecticut.

 

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Topics: vehicle wraps, case studies, healthcare

Unique wayfinding maps

Posted by Cory Courtois on June 20, 2016

Welch creates oversized Walking Maps for downtown Boothbay Harbor

"Put On Your Walking Shoes"

When looking to create oversized “walking maps” to help visitors get around the downtown area of Boothbay Harbor, Town Manager Thomas Woodin did what has become the 21st Century norm…he found an on-line company that specialized in producing what he was looking for.  

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Topics: wayfinding & sign systems

Making your Brand "Pop"

Posted by Cory Courtois on May 23, 2016

Consumers are visual by nature so why would you want to limit your brand to a flat, one dimensional sign?

Our three dimensional lettering and signage is extremely versatile and is cut or formed from a variety of materials such as acrylic, plastic, wood, foam or metal to make your brand “pop” right off a wall. Clean and sharp in appearance, they make a great first impression on your customers.

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Topics: industry insights

Welch designed history wall at CMMC

Posted by Cory Courtois on May 9, 2016

After the submittal of a variety of research materials provided by a number of Central Maine Community College staff members and students, the Welch Design Team conceptualized and constructed a History Wall to help commemorate the college’s 50th Anniversary.

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Topics: History Wall

Company Meeting Held Feb. 3

Posted by Cory Courtois on February 4, 2016

Employees gathered yesterday for a company meeting and team building exercise. Dinner from Portland Pie was served and a “Marshmallow Challenge” team building exercise was conducted afterward. The group divided into four teams who were tasked with building a tower comprised of uncooked spaghetti, masking tape and string.

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Topics: company news

Sustainable Winners Awarded at AIA Gala

Posted by Cory Courtois on November 12, 2015

When Alpha One's Marketing & Communications Director John Nunan called to ask if we would support the annual Sustainable ME Awards Gala by designing and fabricating awards for the event, Welch Sign jumped at the opportunity.

"I wanted the awards to have many ADA signage hallmarks such as Braille and raised tactile letters," recounted Nunan. "Creating an Accessible Award that represents the disability community was a tall order, but we were thrilled with the final result. The Welch team embraced the challenge wholeheartedly, creating something beautiful and functional, while meeting all of our design criteria."

The striking awards, constructed from recyclable acrylics, featured a reverse engraved logo and header copy, while the award plaque employs the same photopolymer technology for creating ADA signage.

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Topics: company news