Vista/Cimpress was preparing to open the doors to a new collaborative workspace, and they needed a new signage system quickly. Time was of the essence to install the necessary wayfinding signs and ADA signs to meet code and earn “approved occupancy status” with fire safety. Here is the feedback from Sara Emerson, concierge service lead at Vista.

Sarah Emerson
Huddle spaces with table signs

The Challenge

“Our biggest challenge was internal turnaround time,” said Sara Emerson of Vista, who had just four weeks to get signage created and installed before opening a new office space. “Finding a vendor that would be able to produce the product and execute in the field was key for us.”

The Process

According to Emerson, “The partnership we quickly developed allowed us to let Cadwell to take over the project,” freeing up Vista to focus on other aspects of a daunting relocation. “The install team needed very little direction and executed the project very well.” In the end, Vista was provided with a “high-quality and aesthetically pleasing product.”

Wayfinding and directional signs make it clear where to go
Collaboration Floor

The Outcome

Not only did Cadwell meet Vista’s tight deadline, Emerson said, but it was done by “partnering up with a vendor who made the job easy on the client.” Cadwell, according to Emerson, “did a great job in helping to improve our wayfinding signage within our new office space.”

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