ADA/Braille Signs Become Part of Your Product Line
ADA Braille Signs Become Part of Your Product Line
New construction or renovation of buildings typically require ADA Braille signs in order to open. Medical facilities, hotels, schools and state owned facilities require braille engraved room signage, stairway identification, fire escapes and wayfinding signage.
Typically, there is a general contractor or project manager gathering bids for the project. The ideal next step is to submit a bid for signage. In order to accomplish this you’ll need to connect with general contractors/project managers before the submittal date.You may ask…How do I find out about future bid dates?
The Blue Book is an excellent resource for gathering vital information. It lists general contractors and their contact info. Signs PDQ is a member of The Builder’s Exchange, one of several groups that provides vital information. Connecting with these decision makers and beginning that relationship is key. The estimator of the project is a good contact person.
Ask questions! Develop relationships! Soon you will find yourself the person they ask questions of and you can find yourself receiving bids, specs and plans. Relationships you build are key for future success.