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Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP

Late last fall, we received a request to produce unique illuminated, dimensional, interior signage for the Dixon Hughes Goodman (DHG) office in Atlanta, GA. Working with DHG’s creative team and the local office, we quickly came up with the build design, production schedule and mapped out our installation to accomodate a tight timeline. Fast forward eight months and many locations completed, we’ve built a wonderful relationship with our great friends at DHG.
Who is DHG? They are one of the top 20 largest assurance, tax and advisory firms in the US and beyond. They operate in over 30 locations in twelve states with approximately 2,000 professionals. They service everything from the banking and financial services industries to healthcare, agribusiness, government and transportation and logistics.

What’s special about DHG and this project? Well, it starts with their people. They know it’s important to create an environment that’s inviting to both their employees as well as their clients. Investing in communicating to both is extremely important for building a strong brand and partnership. To that end, they incorporated specific signage to create an identity both can identify with.

Custom reverse lit “city” channel letters with DHG’s signature blue LED lighting, large circular “wheels” representing DHG’s strategy and values along with smaller “elements” round out the illuminated signage. Additionally, we produced acrylic/brushed metal DHG lobby signs and installed large print and print cut wall/glass graphics to complement the package. Some offices have taken advantage of other sign components as well offering a bright, vivid and professional presentation.

Our thanks goes to each DHG office which provides phenomenal support throughout the design, layout, build and installation process. Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP is a highly professional, personable organization we are proud to partner with. To that end, we are humbled and appreciative of their support of The Sign Factory for their signage needs.