Case Study

United Way of Tarrant County


The United Way of Tarrant County is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the common good of Tarrant County. We have been working with this nonprofit organization since 2019 when we began designing, fabricating, and installing signs for their office in the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. In the year 2022, the company moved to a new location. As a result, they requested that we relocate the exterior signs and place new interior signs at the new location in order to accommodate this change of location.


A wide variety of metal letters, push-through boxes, and cabinet signs with push-through acrylic letters illuminated with LEDs were installed on the building’s exterior, helping to draw attention from the road and get the building noticed.

Signs with the name of the organization were placed throughout the building as part of the effort to create an atmosphere consistent with the corporate identity of the organization.


We were able to revitalize their facility with renovations to their signage, which demonstrates a welcoming location to both new and returning visitors. The project included designing and installing new signs, as well as updating and reinstalling a number of existing signs.

United Way of Tarrant County welcomes people with a transformed and visually enhanced building and lobby. The installation was completed in time and the customer was very satisfied with the final result.

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