Signage Australia Wide

Delivering Signage Solutions Nationwide for over 145 Years

Government & Council Signage

Government and local authorities require a wide range of branding and messaging to enhance their important role and function within the communities they represent. Clear signage sends a positive message about what the community stands, for whereas poor signage can reflect badly on a community.

We have delivered cost-effective, signage solutions for federal, state and local government agencies.

Albert Smith Signs can manufacture and install signage specifically suited to meet government and local authority guidelines, including:

  • Illuminated and Non-illuminated Corporate Branding
  • Internal and External Building Signage
  • Digital Message Boards
  • Public Art Projects
  • Way Finding and Directional Signs
  • Digital Print

Our project gallery below features a sample of signage completed across government and local authorities Australia-wide.

We enjoy long standing relationships with councils and governments and are committed to delivering value, quality and innovation as a full service signage manufacturing company.

For an obligation free quote, or to speak to our professional team, contact us today via phone or email.

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Ph: + 61 (0)7 3395 9888
Fx: + 61 7 3891 0713
Em: enquiries@asgroup.com.au

59 Taylor Street, Bulimba QLD 4171
PO Box 226, Bulimba QLD 4171
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