Case Study

San Antonio Courthouse

Wayfinding Signs


Providing internal signage for three Bexar County government buildings; the Court House, Justice Center and Paul Elizondo Tower, which is the fourth largest county in Texas and the 17th largest in the nation.


The project was awarded through an offer and after going through a robust process where we showed capabilities, knowledge, necessary experience, as well as a highly competitive price, we were chosen as the winning company.

The logistics of this project were undoubtedly a significant challenge, some components of the signs had to be imported from Asia as well as the use of materials rarely used in the industry such as a specialized anti-reflective acrylic for museums and art exhibitions.

The degree of precision and the assembly of the multiple pieces and components of the sign was an arduous work successfully developed by the J&A SIGNS team of experts.


Directional and wayfinding signs were installed throughout the facility to guide employees and visitors to the many departments and facilities. J&A SIGNS became a reliable company capable of meeting the most demanding production and quality standards. Just a few weeks after completing the project in the three buildings, J&A Signs was hired again to start with a new building (the fourth) in Bexar. County Wellness Center, shows the trust we generate in our clients based on our results.

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