Through the EDA’s Small Business Fund, CAD Signs received a PNC Bank loan backed by a 50 percent EDA guarantee that enabled the company to acquire an expanded space in Hackensack. As a result, the commercial sign installation, maintenance and fabrication company has quadrupled its workforce and increased its customer base.
Established in 2005, CAD Signs offers a complete suite of assistance - from surveying and permit approvals to manufacturing and installation of signs - for companies of all sizes. The company also maintains signs following installation, including fixing lighting outages, LED retrofitting, and sign cleanup. While the company has a national reach, it has benefited from the abundance of corporations that call New Jersey home. In the Garden State, CAD Sign’s work can be seen at the GAF World Headquarters in Parsippany and Honeywell’s new campus in Morris Plains.
“We service national sign companies, local developers, architects and marketing agencies that are looking for an experienced, established and reliable partner to execute their most important local and regional projects,” Galeano said. “The additional space and resources we have acquired with EDA’s support have helped us to grow our workforce and customer base and continue to provide the top-notch quality service our clients have come to expect.”