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Forest City Residential Management

Handling Multi-Phased Projects—and Keeping Everyone Happy

Forest City Residential Management is one of the United States’ largest development firms. We

Westfield Southpark Shopping Center in Strongsville, OH

Selected for Excellence

Akers Signs was chosen by The Westfield Group over some of the largest sign companies in the United States—to produce and install entryway and interior signage for their Southpark Shopping Center store in Strongsville, Ohio. The Westfield Group is the

DeHoff and Nobles Pond

Akers Signs—From Planning to Production

Akers Signs has enjoyed a long-term relationship with the DeHoff family. When DeHoff Development planned their Nobles Pond project, Akers was involved with the initial planning stages—working along with Michael Dimaio & Associates Architects to propose

Forest City Enterprises’ Shoregate Plaza

Handling Multi-Phased Projects—And Keeping Everyone Happy

When it came time for RMS Management to renovate Forest City Enterprises’ Shoregate Plaza in Willowick, they needed a sign company who could handle the project turn-key. With over 800’ of frontage and more than thirty retail tenants making

Hybrid Heating & Cooling

Branding to 10,000+ Cars Daily

We received a call from Brian Yania of Hybrid Heating & Cooling. To brand his South Akron property to the 10,000+ cars passing his location daily—he was looking for new faces for his pole sign and illuminated lettering on his corrugated steel building. We met to discuss his needs. Within a week, we produced designs and a proposal for Brian’s review. Brian’s logo has multiple gradations and


Comparing Resolutions from 12mm to 24mm pitch