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Our knowledge and experience enable us to provide an array of solutions for our customers. Here are stories about some of our recent projects. Check back often to see what we've been doing!

Cima Team Members Attend Art House Convergence

By Steve Aust | January 16, 2018

Since its founding 10 years ago, signage and environmental branding that enhances theater spaces have represented a major Cima Network focus. From channel letters and digital signage for independent moviehouses and “cinepubs” (combination movie theaters and bar/restaurants) to providing comprehensive sign packages for Regal Cinemas, one of the world’s largest chains. Movie theaters come in…

Cima Network Welcomes New Team Members

By Steve Aust | January 16, 2018

Joe McMurtrie is our new director of project management. Joe has 15 years of PM experience: he worked as a residential-construction site developer for nine years, and more recently, Joe managed landscaping and snow-removal programs for B. Ferrandino & Son, where he executed programs for Walgreens and other entities with more than 2,000 locations. “Successful project…

What’s Ahead in Business for 2018?

By Steve Aust | January 16, 2018

The gamut of opinions for how economic conditions will unfold during 2018 is seemingly as vast as the number of media outlets accessible in today’s Information Age. Will the bull market continue unabated, or is a sharp market correction poised to unfold? What role will uncertainty with this year’s midterm elections have on the economic…

Cima Network Helps American Girl Shine At “The Rock”

By Steve Aust | January 16, 2018

Since its founding in the 1980s, American Girl has created dolls and related accessories that help young girls cultivate positive self-images and values. For several years, Cima Network has provided an array of products and services that support American Girl’s iconic brand. This has included designing and building structures that helped the company with in-store…

Cima Network Welcomes Joe McMurtrie, Director of Project Management

By Steve Aust | January 10, 2018

Cima Network is proud to welcome Joe McMurtrie as our new director of project management. Joe has 15 years of PM experience: he worked as a residential-construction site developer for nine years, and more recently, Joe managed landscaping and snow-removal programs for B. Ferrandino & Son, where he executed programs for Walgreens and other entities…

The Gallery View

By Steve Aust | December 26, 2017

New York and Los Angeles are rightly viewed as key U.S. cultural centers. However, Washington, DC also maintains prominent trendsetting status as the nation’s capital. Businesses focused on the entertainment and tourism industries in a city that receives approximately millions annual visitors (19.3 million, to be exact in 2015, according to the Washington Post) are…

Regal Goes Rebel

By Steve Aust | December 20, 2017

One of the most exciting aspects of working for a sign company is attending to a diverse variety of projects. Some expansive, complex projects require many months, even years, to complete. Others are spur-of-the-moment decisions spurred by a product release or special event that’s momentous enough to command special attention. The release of the latest…

A Mummer’s Tale

By Steve Aust | December 19, 2017

Larry Cellucci has worked at Cima Network for four years, and is a key member of our fabrication team. His career in the sign industry has spanned more than three decades. He embodies Cima Network’s culture of collaboration and attention to detail. Every day, starting at 5 a.m., Larry can be found bending metal, building channel…

2018: The Year of the Sign

By Steve Aust | December 19, 2017

Having been involved in the sign industry for 17 years, the adage “A business with no sign is a sign of a no business” has been indelibly impressed upon me. However, there’s more to it than that simplistic idea. A sign that merely identifies a place and doesn’t reflect the brand of the place, or…