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Company helps architects develop green signs

on Thursday,December 02,2010 19:12

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As global warming continues to negatively impact the environment, architects are faced with the difficult task of creating more sustainable designs. Recently, the architecture sign company, Impact! Signs, developed a new plan to raise awareness of global warming.

Impact! Signs plans to promote sustainable buildings with eco-friendly signs to commend them for their environmentally-conscious efforts. People who visit green buildings will be able to read signs by the company that include information about how the structure was created.

"We are thrilled to be working with forward-thinking architects, designers and builders who are leading the charge toward sustainable building practices," said Impact! Signs vice president, Shabbir Moosabhoy, "We know our green sign products can help build a more sustainable future."

Impact! Signs is an active member of the U.S. Green Building Council. It primarily helps clients develop low-voltage signs out of recycled metals and plastics.

Overall employment of architects is projected to increase by 16 percent over the next eight years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Individuals in this field will continue to face the challenge of developing more sustainable, eco-friendly structures. 

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