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  2. Bill

    Wanted: Neon Equipment

    Hi, do you still have equipment for sale?
  3. Last week
  4. Xtreme872

    Sign crane

    Anyone bought a crane from Bobby king at king lifts lately. I know there was some issues when Sam marcum was involved just curious has anyone dealt with them lately.
  5. Dave, how bout you drive it another 4k miles for me. At 22k less per thousand miles, you could pay me to drive it away? Can't believe you still have it.
  6. signman50

    Installer wanted

    Dynamite Sign Group is a leader in electrical architectural signage. We pride ourselves on our fine craftsmanship and our outstanding customer service. Currently, we are seeking an energetic, committed team-player to fill our full time Signage Installer position. The ideal candidate must have at least (2) years experience installing and uninstalling signage. Responsibilities and Duties Job duties include (but are not limited to): Installing and / or uninstalling commercial signage including channel letters, monuments, freestanding signs, LED digital boards, and interior ADA signage Servicing neon, LED, and fluorescent signs as well as exterior lighting Operate areal lift equipment Work at heights and in confined spaces Qualifications and Skills Must have a clean driving record. A DMV record search, background check are required. Must provide your own basic hand and battery tools ( screw drivers, pliers, wire strippers, etc.). Compensation is very competitive. Job Type: Full-time Serious inquiries only please. If interested send resume to billh@tntelectricsign.com or mikeg@tntelectricsign.com or call 562-595-7725
  7. Truck is back on the market at $73,000.00! Call Dave at 217-254-0029
  8. Bruce, It is still available. I put it back in service shortly after I advertised it because we got very busy. But things are back to normal; and I have bought another nree truck also. I have lowered the price to 73,000.00. It's still in the same shape with maybe an additional 1,000 mi8les on it. Dave 217-254-0029
  9. burkeenterprise

    Waterfall Signage

    We've done some "wet" signs before. Biggest challenge is the bottom pan being custom and NEVER leaking.
  10. Rocco

    Waterfall Signage

    a quick web search came up with https://www.watergallery.net/wall-fountains/ And they showed what looks to be your exact unit.
  11. G TSSI

    G TSSI

  12. JohnD


  13. Frank Murch

    Frank Murch

  14. Earlier
  15. Frank Murch

    Sign Crane for Sale

    The truck is a 1992 GMC TOPKICK, California Carb Compliant gas 366 fuel injection engine, automatic Allison transmission. 140K miles, Runs well, New brakes, new front times, new exhaust. Under CDL. Low Boy so this is easy to work from the bed. Setup with many tool bins and racks for sign work. Florescent lamp storage. Built in acetylene O2 torch cylinder storage. GARLAND 76JG shortened to 62 feet, one man basket, manual outriggers. Load line. Runs well, has 2 12V D8 batteries, and a great Miller Blue Charger welder. $12,000 call Frank 760-840-1350
  16. Because of increased business, Triangle Sign Services, a Baltimore based national manufacturer of signage, has several openings for Project Managers in the Tampa, FL area. The ideal candidate will have at least 4 years of prior project coordination and/or project management experience in either the sign, construction, lighting or electrical contracting industries or a combination thereof. Salary will be based on experience level and company offers fully paid health care benefits. Also, this position carries with it a commission program in addition to a base salary. Job Description: The sign project manager is responsible for coordinating all aspects of multiple signage projects simultaneously for a variety of clients, many of which are national retail-based chains. Responsibilities will include: Code Review Plan/Survey Review Initial Design Requests and Revision Requests Estimate Acquisition Customer Quotations Landlord Approvals Negotiation of Purchase Prices for Goods and Services Overseeing Permit Process Production Drawing Review and Release Site Coordination for all Aspects of Signage Installation Resolution of Onsite Challenges and Issues Coordination of Final Customer Invoicing Requirements: · Must have exceptional Customer Service mentality and skills with the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and through email · Excellent organizational skills · Strong problem-solving skills · Strong computer skills including Microsoft office products with emphasis on Excel · Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment · Must have experience that correlates to the sign industry · College degree preferred Interested parties should email resume to Jim DeStefano – VP Administration at: James.destefano@trianglesign.com
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  18. UFB Fabrication

    D Punch

    We hardly ever use them any more. I have a old (75 years) freestanding monster about 4-500 lbs that I would sell. 100 bucks and its yours. We got it from a company thats had it 20-40 years previous. So well built we have never changed or sharpened the dies
  19. jrosenfeld

    Waterfall Signage

    Anyone know who makes interior waterfall signage similar to the attached pic?
  20. Erik Sine

    D Punch

    It's terrible, all those punches are so hard to find these days. Looking for a 7/8" & 1-1/4" if anyone has one.
  21. chuckssigns

    D Punch

    Any one out there have a D Punch collecting dust? I need to purchase one and just seeing if anyone here has one they are not using. I can get a new one for $$$, but thought I would check here first. Thanks everyone. T.J
  22. Erik Sine

    We're Moving Out

    Just one or two days left. Once I move this stock, sales OVER!
  23. SeanD


  24. © craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap 2364 Old Combee Rd (google map) compensation: competitive salary based upon experience, paid vacation and holidays and health insurance employment type: full-time Sign installation company in Lakeland, Fl looking for a lead install technician with 3 or more year of service in the sign industry. We offer a competitive salary based upon experience, paid vacation and holidays and health insurance. Job Responsibilities Include: Installation of various types of electrical signage (monuments, pylons, cabinets etc.) Installation of vinyl, directionals and non illuminated signage Lead and further educate the sign installation assistant that will be working with you daily. Travel to and from job sites in a crane or bucket truck. Some jobs will require you to be out of town overnight Electrical wiring of signage Completing assigned tasks without direct supervision Dig footings using various methods Welding of signage to complete installation ACM installation Physically be able lift and move without restrictions Operation of cranes, lifts and equipment Work Experience/Skills Sign installation experience is preferred Class B with air brakes is required. Crane Certification required. Training paid for and provided by the company if needed. Demonstrate the ability to lead Knowledge of basic electrical practices Ability to work well with others in a team environment Self motivated individual who can stay on task without direct supervision Willingness to stay until the job is done and working overtime Likes to travel and complete different tasks daily Ability to work at heights in excess of 100 feet Good communication skills Customer service mentality
  25. Dynamite Sign Group DBA TnT Electric Sign and Sign Depot: Project Manager/ADA division Our growing company is searching for a Project Manager/Sales/Estimator who will take ownership of projects from start to finish and understands that they are responsible for achieving the desired outcome. We are looking for a person with a high level of commitment, self-motivation, and eagerness to learn and grow. An inquisitive mind, combined with high attention to detail are keys to success in this role. Objectives Meet or exceed customer expectations Establish project plans and manage expectations among key players as conditions and schedule change Coordinate project activities across departments and with vendors to manage timelines, identify and solve problems, and deliver results Communicate and collaborate to build partnerships with clients, sales, design, production, accounting, and the vendor community Maximize project profitability Build and maintain strong client relationships, understanding that every customer has unique requirements and that every project will present opportunities for growth. Communicate effectively at all times - with both internal and external clients and partners. Responsibilities As a Project Manager/Sales/Estimator you will: Have the opportunity to oversee multiple projects of varying sizes. Be given the autonomy required to complete tasks with minimal supervision. Engage with many talented people in the architectural signage community, including clients, vendors and design professionals to help realize a project's full potential. Collaborate with our design, production and installation teams to ensure projects begin and end profitability. Become fluent in reading and analyzing architectural drawings, shop drawings, and contract documents. Occasionally travel to visit clients and participate in field meetings, site inspections as well as oversee installations. Support the collections process as needed with your clients to help keep the company financially sound. Grow to meet agreed-upon performance goals by assuming new projects when available. Develop and maintain relationships with co-workers, clients, vendors and the design community to deliver on our commitment to world-class customers. Take on appropriate production tasks on the shop floor to help complete your projects when needed. Skills and Qualifications We are looking for a person with a with at least 3 years sign experience in Design, Architecture, Construction Management, or equivalent technical experience in engineering, construction or manufacturing of ADA signage. College degree a plus. The ideal candidate is a passionate maker, eager to learn and grow, has a high level of commitment and self-motivation, an inquisitive mind, high attention to detail, time management skills, and a strong ability to organize and prioritize. Effective oral and written communication skills, team working skills and a professional and courteous demeanor are required. Our fast pace and constant change require a high level of creativity, resilience, and adaptability. Computer skills is a must. Experience with manufacturing of ADA signage and implantation, exhibits, or related industries, managing large-scale projects for corporate offices, hospitals, and educational facilities is a plus. Experience reading floor plans and shop drawings, and a track record managing others are valued. A clean driver's license and flexibility to travel is required. Apply now We offer competitive wages commensurate with experience, paid vacation, holiday and sick time, 401K, Profit sharing, and the opportunity to work and grow as part of an exceptional team within an innovative and clean work environment. We are committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all employees and qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religious creed, protected genetic information, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, veteran's status, or sexual orientation. Please call Mike or Bill at 562-595-7725
  26. Sign Lady

    Side Projects in the Shop

    I would check with my insurance agent to make sure this CYAs you. I don't know about your area, but with my area if I were to type that up they would tell me it isn't worth the paper it is written on. According to folks around here, I can't hold harmless anybody doing anything on my property. I am responsible if they get hurt no matter what they are doing or when.
  27. Frank Murch

    Side Projects in the Shop

    First, Thank you!!! All the comments were great and forced me to rethink. I think i will modify the employee handbook and add this section PERSONAL PROJECTS You may do personal projects using the equipment, and shop. Here are the rules to do this: - All project must be requested and approved. The form to do this is below. - occasional personal projects “not for profit” like fixing your car, a banner for a birthday, a set of address numbers for the house, are generally not a problem. - Projects involving a customer. If the project could be seen as in competition with the company, it will not be approved If this is a job the company would bid on, the job should go through the normal process and get an employee discount. If it is a paid project that is not of interest to the company, it may be approved, but there is a small charge to cover equipment wear, and utilities. All material must be paid for or scrap be approved by the owner All work areas must be left clear after use and/or at the start of the next shift If you break a consumable tool (end mill, drill bits, small hand tools) you pay for. If it is a larger maintenance issue, I will cover it. No side jobs get priority. Company jobs go first. The approval form with the legal statement is attached. Basically my thinking is this: If it helps the employee and does not harm me - I am OK with it. I need to stop and materials "walking away" and protect myself from an insurance point of view. I also can not tolerate projects that are competitive to the business. On the other hand, I do not care if a guy makes a $100 on the side - It is a perk that might keep a good employee here. So this is where I am landing personal project approval form.docx
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