Building site construction signs can be for compliance with government regulatory agencies, safety, and information. Many government agencies have a say in construction sites and many signs are sometimes needed to be in compliance with all the rules and regulations. Whether it is OSHA, Clark County or another agency , compliance is mandatory and stiff fines and job shut downs can occur when the necessary signage is not posted.
Building site construction signs can be temporary ( made with coroplast / plastic to last a few months or aluminum ( to last a long time ). Some of the more common construction site sign you see at a site are:
1. exit / entrance signs
2. Safety signs
3. Dust Permit Signs
4. Caution or warning signs
5. Open trench signs
6. Hazard Signs
Dust permit signs are required in many cases by the Clark County Air Quality Management Board . For construction sites less than 10 acres a 4ft x 4ft dust sign is required and for construction / builder sites greater than 10 acres, a 4ft x 8ft dust permit sign is required. Since these signs are going to be used for a long time, aluminum is the preferred choice to make it last the length of the construction project. Hazard signs can be aluminum and used over and over at different sites, exposed wires, open trenches, hard hat requirements, etc. are universal signs that most often are used over and over again. Special turn signs or route signs can be made with cheaper coroplast / plastic because they pertain only to the job at hand and probably will not apply at other construction sites.
Building site construction signs can be custom made for your particular application at local sign stores in the Las Vegas area. These construction signs can be made quickly and many times the same day in cases of government enforcement requirements to keep you in compliance.