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What Do You Do?

Whenever I tell someone I work in the sign industry they always ask, "That's neat...what do you do?".  As an active member of the International Sign Industry we put together a video that highlights some of the careers available in the sign industry.  Please check our...

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Burkhart Sign Systems Rolls Out New Website!

Burkhart Sign Systems Rolls Out New Website!

For over 50 years Burkhart Sign Systems has been making your business or organization better.  For our 51st year we decided to make OUR business better.  Today we are officially rolling out our new website Burkhart Signs built from the ground up.  The new site is a...

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What Do You Sell?

What Do You Sell?

Often times I am asked, "What do you sell?" An outsider looking in or someone who casually looks at our website would say that we sell and make signs. Signs and architectural structures are the byproduct of what we really do. What we really do is solve problems, and...

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Re-Furb Your Sign and Save $$$$

Re-Furb Your Sign and Save $$$$

South Bend, IN-When Mahoney Family Dentistry approached Burkhart Sign Systems and explained they wanted something that would grab your attention and leave a lasting impression we did not expect a 25' toothbrush to be involved. They challenged us to find our inner...

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Dupont Hospital

Burkhart Sign Systems was proud to produce and help plan the African American Landmark Tour. This project consisted of working closely with members from the Civil Rights Heritage Center and IUSB (Indiana University of South Bend). Together we created a wayfinding...

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Conseco Fieldhouse

Conseco Fieldhouse

Sign System project derived from combination of a contracted Needs Analysis for the development controlled by a committee made up of the anchor tenant, Triad Hospital Consortium, and two land development companies, Miller Valentine and C.B. Richard Ellis Sturges....

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Paramount Theatre

hen the Conseco Fieldhouse planned its grand opening celebration in November, the last thing planners wanted to see were signs that did not please the facility sponsors. The $212 million arena had been promoted as the eye-popping new home of the Indiana Pacers men's...

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