We work directly with our clients, designers, architects, engineers and contractors to develop creative solutions to any signage or wayfinding challenge. We take a problem-solving approach to strategically address the individual needs of each facility and offer the best solution that will fit your timeline and your budget.
Our design and planning team have a wealth of experience across many sectors including healthcare, education, banking, municipal, retail, parks & recreation, not-for-profit and corporate industries. Our fabrication department works directly with our designers to ensure the highest quality manufacturing standards and our own staff handles the installation and setup of all items. Through the entire process, you are working with one company, from concept to completion.
We supply all types of signage including exterior branding signs, directional signs, multi-tenant monument signs and pylons, and illuminated channel and architectural letters, ADA compliant interior signage, YAH (You-Are-Here) Maps, building directories, elevator signs, historical displays, and decorative and privacy glass films.
ArchCare at Ferncliff is a holistic nursing home that resides on over 36 acres of land in the historic Village of Rhinebeck. They asked Timely Signs to help create an exterior sign package for the facility that would meet the new brand guidelines of the Archdiocese of New York. Our goal was to balance the charming picturesque views with the necessary amount of signage needed to navigate through the campus.
SUNY New Paltz chose Timely Signs to design, fabricate and install a signage package including wall graphics, ADA compliant and wayfinding signs for their newest addition to the campus – The Atrium. The design was a collaborative effort of our creative staff, the campus architect, as well as building architect, facilities manager, publications director and all key personnel of The Atrium project.
In 2008, Putnam Hospital opened their new five-story, 113,000 square foot Camarda Care Center housing the hospital’s new cancer center with radiation therapy, private patient rooms, physician offices and hospital/community use conference center. During the construction process, Health Quest management called on Timely Signs to develop a strategy for interior directional signage for the new wing.
Recent updates to the Glens Falls Hospital logo and brand, as well as a system that was out of date with new construction and renovations, persuaded the hospital to take a fresh look at their complete interior sign system. The team at the hospital assembled a wayfinding taskforce and called on Timely Signs to design and install new signage.
Timely Signs has supplied the exterior and interior signs for more than 25 Health Quest Medical Practice locations throughout the Hudson Valley, so when the healthcare group was planning the consolidation of 10 multi-specialty providers under a single 15,000-square-foot office, they called on Timely Signs to design, build, and install the signage for the new location in Highland.
In the spring of 2015, the Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union launched a new brand identity reflecting the credit union’s growing relationship with the Hudson Valley community.
Timely Signs worked closely with the practice administrator and staff of Hudson Valley Foot Associates to create a new interior and exterior sign system that reflects the image of their state-of-the-art facility in Kingston, New York.
The Poughkeepsie, New York facility of IBM chose Timely Signs to design, fabricate and install a glass wall mural to enhance the appearance of their newly renovated Demonstration Room at the Executive Briefing Center.
The developers of this shopping center in the Village of Rhinebeck chose Timely Signs to help create a system of exterior signage in keeping with the quaint historical nature of the surroundings.
A program of the Cascadia Region Green Building Council, the Living Building Challenge is a set of stringent prerequisites that include generating all energy with renewable resources, capturing and treating all water used in the building and using building materials void of hazardous chemicals. The OCSL is one of the first projects to participate in the Living Building Challenge and has been named as one of the first Living Buildings in the world.
For over forty years, the team of specialists at Orthopedic Associates of Dutchess County with offices in Dutchess & Ulster Counties, has been providing premiere medical care to the Hudson Valley community. When they decided to relocate their Poughkeepsie office, we were happy to help to design, fabricate and install an extensive signage package.
For 152 years Rhinebeck Savings Bank has been an integral part of the economic growth along the Hudson River and a driving force for commerce. They pride themselves in being personally involved in the business communities as well as charitable organizations and recently went though a bank-wide re-branding project to echo that. Rhinebeck Bank chose Timely Signs to carry out the replacement signage project.
Rondout Savings Bank is a hometown bank currently celebrating 140 years of excellence in service to the Kingston community and surrounding areas. In 2011, Frank Campagna of ColorPage developed a new identity for the bank and implemented it across all of the their print and electronic media. When it came time to rebrand the exterior signage, they called on Timely Signs to develop and implement a complete package of exterior signage using their new identity.
Upper Landing Park offers Poughkeepsie residents and visitors a beautiful setting to enjoy alongside the Hudson River, an engaging walk through over 300 years of local history, and access to Walkway over the Hudson’s waterfront elevator. Timely Signs joined the construction team that The Dyson Foundation and Drake Creative selected to restore this former industrial site into what is now a critical connection between the Poughkeepsie Train Station and the Walkway over the Hudson.
When Health Quest, the Mid-Hudson Valley’s largest integrated health care system, decided to build a state-of-the-art surgical center in Poughkeepsie, New York, they called on Timely Signs to develop an exterior signage plan as well as a comprehensive donor recognition system. This center provides much needed additional operating room capacity to the surgeons practicing at Vassar and surrounding hospitals resulting in less wait time between diagnosis and scheduled surgeries.
YO1, a state-of-the-art wellness retreat, opened in 2018 at the former Kutsher’s Hotel on Baileys Lake in the Catskill Mountains. The all-new construction, 350,000-square-foot, 131-room complex was designed around the principles of Ayurveda, ancient medical practices from India. Timely Signs was contracted for signage for the facility by LMV Architects in Poughkeepsie.