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Many towns now require landscaping and irrigation plans from a landscape architect (specifically for the monument sign) along with the plans for the monument sign before zoning will approve sign. Nobody said sign company has to pay for it, that is part of the conditions portion of your contract where you point out the extras they will need to pay for additionally like the City Fees for review and inspections.
If you could only have one which would you get. is it true that mathews is far cheaper? im told that akzo hardeners and reducers are 2x more then Mathews. what about consistent pms matching? I am leaning towards a satin mathews setup. Im told if i need to shoot gloss I can add their gloss clearcoat to the mix to keep it single stage or obviously topcoat the clear. So thats nice as well. I am asking here to an impartial jury as both reps have made many claims
Just another cost for the customer - and where there's landscaping, there has to be water, even in the Pacific NW. Plants die in the summer with out it. I don't object to the landscaping, I object that it's the responsibility of the sign company to do it. Should be part of the occupancy permit. (and if the customer doesn't get an occupancy permit, we can't get the sign permit issued).
Years ago when I had a full service sign co. I did a sign for a city that was a welcome to.... I had to get sign permits but the public works dept was going to install the sign. I had to go before a sign/design review board. I only provided eng and shop drawings. They rejected it even though the city was going to install and do the planting. I laughed at them and said fine and to the cities purchasing dept they can handle it from here and will deliver the sign in a few weeks.
Government at its finest