By Erik Sine
I want to give a big Welcome to The Sign Syndicate's newest Board Vendor, and that is Elrod Engineering
Elrod Engineering offers a pretty wide variety of services from Sign Engineering for those special wall sign projects, monument signs, pylons signs, and even those stressful highrise signs. Wind calcs, attachment details, all those fine details city developments need and want to have, most importantly making sure you're building and attaching a safe project. Their services can help fine tune your quotes and bidding process.
Elrod Engineering has been around since 1983, and carry a license in just about every state
Structural Engineering, they also engineer for New Buildings, Walls, Monuments.
Sign Program Management, they can assist your company with managing your sign programs, re-brands, daily sign related issues.
Visit https://www.elrodllc.com/ and contact @roballey for any inquiries you may have for their services
So our local county is forcing us to provide landscaping for monument signs - can't do just grass, there hasto be "shrubs and evergreen ground cover". They are insisting that this be done before the final inspection is requested, if it's not done they will charge an additional inspection fee.
Has anyone else run into this? What did you do to comply?
Complete and submit sign applications for permitting of electrical and non-electrical signage. Must have an excellent driving record, ability to multi task and work well with others. The ideal candidate will assist the sales department as needed regarding code research, developing site plans, applying for and obtaining permits. Attend meetings with various cities and participate in design review proceedings as required. Occasional site visits and ability to use a ladder and tape measure are required. We pay a competitive wage based on experience in the sign business or similar permitting back ground, and benefits after 90 days. This is a full-time position; hours are 7:30 – 4:30 Monday thru Friday. Pre-employment drug screen required.