Baltimore, MD. – Gable, a creator, integrator, fabricator and provider of award-winning design, architectural elements and signs, digital displays and lighting solutions, has been named a 2016 Champion of Maryland Manufacturing by the Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland.
The Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland (RMI of Maryland) named Gable among the 2016 Champions of Maryland Manufacturing honored in the category of accelerating product/process innovation, applauded for product innovation work in lighting and digital displays having a significant impact on their respective industries. RMI of Maryland honored the 2016 Champions of Maryland Manufacturing at an event on November 30, 2016.
“As a 36-year-old Maryland company, Gable is deeply honored to be named a Champion of Maryland Manufacturing,” said Paul Gable, CEO of Gable. “Delivering innovative visual solutions is what we strive for with our clients across the country. We couldn’t be happier to be recognized for that commitment, and we look forward to continuing to call Maryland home as we leverage our rich history of creativity and craftsmanship in the traditional sign industry in a new era of advanced digital technology and visual communications.”
Founded in 1980, Gable has built a reputation for accelerating product/process innovation, delivering forward-thinking visual solutions built to improve the bottom line for Fortune 500 companies and global brands, including Starbucks, the United States Postal Service and Universal Studios.
Serving as a consultative partner for companies looking to capitalize in a new era of advanced digital technology and visual communications, Gable works to expand the possibilities of how businesses communicate in the built world through the company’s comprehensive capabilities, culture of creativity and knowledge of technology.
Earlier this year, Gable was commissioned to develop next-generation digital directories for Simon, a global leader in real estate. Gable worked with Simon to develop best-of-class directories that incorporate the latest in digital wayfinding and interactive capabilities, and are designed to provide shoppers with convenient access to what’s going on at their favorite mall through an engaging new user interface. Simon began rolling out the directories earlier this year, beginning with world-renowned retail destinations King of Prussia (Pennsylvania) and Copley Place (Boston). A broader rollout is planned for 2017.
Gable has completed countless projects in the State of Maryland, working to deliver solutions for local brands including Under Armour, Maryland Live! Casino, Marley Station Mall, the Maryland State Fair, Towson Town Center, Columbia Mall, 1st Mariner Arena, Greene Turtle and Phillips Seafood, to name a few. Last September, Gable installed a digital signature piece identifying “M&T Bank Stadium” above two end zone scoreboards at the home of the Baltimore Ravens. In April 2015, Gable improved Baltimore City’s skyline by installing new signage for CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield at the company’s Canton Crossing headquarters.
With over 170 professionals, craftsmen and technicians on staff, Gable can respond to the most complex and urgent requirements for each and every project. From wayfinding systems for municipalities to challenging lighting projects or unique visual elements for real estate developers and entertainment venues, Gable’s expertise remains unmatched. For more information on Gable, visit www.gablecompany.com.
As an award-winning provider of digital displays, audiovisual and media; signs and architectural elements; and lighting solutions, Gable helps its clients attract, connect, engage, and direct people through effective visual communications. Based in Baltimore, MD, Gable is expanding the possibilities of how businesses communicate in the built world through its comprehensive capabilities, culture of creativity, knowledge of technology and forward-thinking visual solutions. To learn more about Gable, visit www.gablecompany.com.