Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Wayfinding and signage design
Since the late 1990’s, the CDC has replaced more than 26 antiquated facilities with new modern spaces. As part of a $1.5 billion Master Plan initiative, Jones Worley played a major role in transforming the CDC’s campus and building wayfinding and signage program.
For more than a decade, as a member of multi-disciplinary design teams, Jones Worley worked on the CDC campus to develop a comprehensive wayfinding masterplan, brand the marquee entrance and campus-wide pedestrian and vehicular signage, revamp the campus-wide building-numbering scheme, and develop facility exterior and interior signage standards for five major campus properties.
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Other similar projects: The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, MD; Charles R. Kettering Memorial Hospital, OH
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