Vista System launches an innovative service for Architects and Designers

Let’s face it, no architect or designer considers signage scheduling for a medium-size project to be the peak of his or her career. There are many more challenging tasks and really, who has the desire or the time to determine which name plate belongs to which room and where each corridor leads – never mind having to set up a signage system in AutoCAD or Revit!

In a medium-sized architectural project, the task of designing the signs often falls between the cracks. It’s simply a tedious and technical grind that’s always limited by time and budget constraints. The building is already standing, the work is almost finished, and the money is spent. No one, including the customer and the engineers, has any desire to begin dealing with scheduling way-finding or informational signs.

Vista Systems launches an innovative service for Architects and Designers

Let’s face it, no architect or designer considers signage scheduling for a medium-size project to be the peak of his or her career. There are many more challenging tasks and really, who has the desire or the time to determine which name plate belong to which room and where each corridor leads – never mind having to set up a signage system in AutoCAD or Revit!

In a medium-sized architectural project, the task of designing the signs often falls between the cracks. It’s simply a tedious and technical grind that’s always limited by time and budget constraints. The building is already standing, the work is almost finished, and the money is spent. No one, including the customer and the engineers, has any desire to begin dealing with scheduling way-finding or informational signs.

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That’s right – it falls on you. And to design the signs yourself means you’ll have to go through last year’s construction plans all over again. You’ll have to determine the appropriate signs needed for every room, restroom, corridor and emergency exit, on every floor and at every entrance to the building.

In order to save time, you may at first consider buying AutoCAD block, Revit Families or some other ready-made code. In all likelihood, however, you’ll find that the price is prohibitive, especially if it’s just for a one-time project. At this point, some designers consider downloading a pirated file – but that is an enormous risk – one virus can shut down an office’s entire computer network. Perhaps someone in your office once actually created AutoCAD Blocks of work signs, but you still need to find them on your server, and even then, you’ll have to adapt them to the project at hand.

What’s So Revolutionary about Vista System’s Solution?

Vista’s modular signage systems were developed specifically with you – the designer and architect – in mind. And just so you know how serious we are, you’ll find a wide variety of BIM Objects that you can download for free, to fit every imaginable kind of signs, for each of the Vista Product Families. But with Vspec, we really went out of our way to provide you with a signage schedule that covers all your project’s needs, from A to Z. Best of all, you get all this, for free. No other company provides free signage plans for projects. This is a true revolution

What Do You Get with Vspec?  

Simply put, you get everything necessary for the customer to approve the plan and send a work order over to the sign manufacturer, including:

  •     Blueprint analysis
  •     Signage specification
  •     Sign location plan
  •     Product page for each sign type
  •     Quantity table  

Excited? You have a right to be! Vista’s signage professionals will design for you the type, size and location of the signs for the entire project. You can choose to receive the schedule either by post or by email.

We guarantee you a signage schedule for any small or medium-size project, with no commitment necessary on your side.

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You'll receive your signage schedule within just 10 working days.