Infrastructure project sign design and installation guidelines: T94-7/2017E-PDF
"Placing signs at construction sites is a long-standing practice to communicate key project details to the public. Through project signs, Canadians can easily recognize where infrastructure investments are being made in their communities and the benefits of those investments. This publication outlines a new, collaboratively developed signage approach, provides sign design samples and explains the proper use of temporary project signs and the related digital options. It includes information on the selection of graphics, size and placement considerations, and content and official languages requirements. These guidelines apply to all federal infrastructure funding and transfer programs outlined in Investing in Canada: The $186 Billion Long-Term Infrastructure Plan, including any new signs being installed for previous infrastructure application and transfer-based funding programs. NOTE: These design guidelines replace and take precedence over any previously issued federal infrastructure signage guidelines. These guidelines are effective upon date of issue"--p. 2.
|Title||Infrastructure project sign design and installation guidelines|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Lignes directrices sur la conception et l’installation des panneaux pour les projets d’infrastructure. Cover title. "Effective February 2017." Incorrect catalogue number (T94-7/2016E-PDF) printed in this publication.|
|Number of Pages||24 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Community infrastructures, Construction, Signs, Guidelines|
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