Philadelphia Sign Company has completed work for many of the 5100 Chase Bank locations.
Chase Bank is the largest in the US with over 5,000 branches and more than 16,000 automatic teller machines nationwide. Our history with Chase Bank began in1989. Since that time, Philadelphia Sign, has won the trust of the financial leader, successfully numerous re-branding projects as well as managing large scale multiple conversions – some as large as 1000 sites at one time.
One of these conversions was an 86-branch project, converting Washington Mutual locations throughout San Francisco, Modesto, Fresno and San Jose CA to Chase Bank branches. Permitting, engineering, drawings, fabrication and installation was required for each site. After manufacturing, signs were shipped to local subcontractors for installation. PSCO provided onsite project management, working with local installers to ensure the project was done correctly and on time.
Chase has also demonstrated a commitment to green initiatives. Over the past 25+ years, and with the advent of new technologies, Philadelphia Sign engineers have collaborated with Chase to employ newer and more energy efficient designs, such as converting existing fluorescent lighting to LED illumination.
Philadelphia Sign’s installation crews are experts at high rise installations. PSCO has years of experience in staging, crane and helicopter lifts, minimizing risks and disruptions below. PSCO manufactured and installed Chase’s signature 30-foot tall octagon logo, and steel support structure at Chase Tower in Dallas, Texas. A helicopter lift was required for the installation on the 55-story building. In addition to the 30′ logo, PSCO installed two, 7ft high Octagons and Letters. As in Texas, Chase’s Wilmington, Delaware location also called on the resources of PSCO’s high rise team for an installation of 10-ft tall letters at 500 feet up.