Construction & Safety Signage

OSHA Regulated Construction Safety Signs

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has some clear regulations when it comes to construction signage. Construction sites are responsible for any accidents that happen on them, so they need clear, color-coded warning signs to alert those walking on or near the site to potential hazards. Red signs are “do not” signs. Signs with a yellow background are cautionary, and blue signs show safety requirements. Green signs provide information.

The types of construction safety signage you may need include:

  • “Watch Your Step”
  • “Hard Hat Area”
  • “Danger: Demolition in Progress”
  • “Danger: Do Not Enter”

There are many other possible construction safety signs, of course, but what is critical is that these signs are easy to read and understand. If they are not, people could be injured, and the mere fact that you had a sign out will not protect you from liability. You need signs printed by a company you can trust to make them correctly.

On-The-Job Branded Signs & Fence Wrapping

Construction fence wrapping is probably the best way to advertise for your construction company. The fence around your site serves the important purpose of protecting the site and the people who walk by it, but it is often a huge unused marketing opportunity. It’s time to take advantage of it.

That kind of street-facing advertising space is incredibly valuable, and it's all yours. Use it! Get the name of your company, a contact phone number and/or address, and any other useful information plastered across that fence in big, beautiful, clear letters in an eye-catching design.

Or, use the fence wraps to show a rendering of the new development or finished project that will soon occupy the space. This way, anyone walking by who needs construction work done will know exactly who to call or what will be coming soon.

If you're unable to utilize custom fence wrapping, the least you can do is post branded signs with your business information. High-quality signs displaying your construction company's information help create brand recognition in passersby.

Duncan-Parnell Is Your One-Stop-Shop for Construction Signage

For great signage from the people who know and understand construction signage best, you want Duncan-Parnell. We have been around for over 75 years providing custom graphics and signage solutions to a wide variety of businesses, so we have the experience you require.

When you need construction site branding, Duncan-Parnell should be your first and only call. We are well-versed in creating all kinds of eye-catching custom signs, including OSHA safety signs and branded construction fence signs, and we can customize a solution for you to optimize your construction signage opportunities.

We are incredibly committed to customer service and can create beautiful, highly visible construction site signs with vibrant colors and captivating designs to get your message across powerfully and keep your workers safe. Contact us to learn more or to get a free quote on construction signage options.

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Construction Signage FAQs

Let's discuss some of the most frequently asked questions about commercial construction sites and other varieties of construction job sites. 

What Are Construction Signs Used For?

Construction signs promote safety on the jobsite keeping the construction crew and general public safe. These types of signs are required by law, they can protect construction companies from lawsuits or legal troubles. 

Site signs can also be used to keep a jobsite organized, provide branding, and promote the project to the general public.

Does It Matter Where I Put My Signs?

Yes, a construction business must display signs in clear view, allowing people to read them without obstruction. Public facing sites in high traffic areas are a great opportunity to brand and promote projects.

What Kinds of Construction Site Signs Do I Need?

Safety signs are most important. You may need hazard signs alerting people of possible falling objects. Keep out signs or fire safety signs may be necessary as well, to name a few examples. Illuminated crane signs promote your company while coming soon and now leasing signs inform the public.

Types of Construction Signage Duncan-Parnell Provides

The signs you can purchase from us include custom branded construction company job site signs, OSHA / PPE signage, fence wraps, scaffold signs, crane wraps, and more.

What to Expect When Ordering a Sign  

Initially, we discuss your needs and desires with you. At this point, you have the opportunity to customize your signs. You may also suggest a timeframe for project completion, and we'll let you know if that's possible. In general, depending on the scope of the project, we can complete your project within a few days to a few weeks. Before we start production, we give you the specifics of your project.

Legality of Signage on a Construction Site

By law, construction sites need signs to warn people of potential dangers on the job site. If you are unsure of which signage is necessary, ask our staff. 

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