My vision for Law’s Architectural Signs is this – I want my clients to receive the highest quality signage available in our industry. I also want us to be on time and competitive, which means utilizing the latest in manufacturing technology. Most importantly, I am always careful to hire people who are inherently nice, respond quickly and treat our clients with the utmost respect.
Greg Law, President
Law's Engraving was established in 1946, in the back room of a downtown Miami barber shop, by Earl Law.
In the beginning, most of our work was technical engraving on instrument panels used in the marine and aircraft industry. We actually made the fuel dipsticks for Pan American Airways' "Flying Boats" that took off and landed in the waters near Dinner Key Marina, in Coconut Grove.
We began to manufacture other items, which included signs, and by the early 70's our concentration was on signage for hospitals, hotels and office buildings. In the early 80's we began working on projects for the cruise ship industry and have expanded into a full service architectural signage company.
Throughout the years we have mastered new technology with the use of computer driven routers, lasers, printers and plotters. Our highly skilled craftsmen have perfected many other processes such as woodworking, clear coating and hand fabrication. We continue to look for new ways to advance our manufacturing capabilities.
The Law's Timeline
|1936||Founder, Earl Law sets up an engraving department at Pan American Airways.|
|1946||Earl leaves Pan Am and starts Law’s Engraving Inc.|
|1954||Law’s designs and manufacturers all signs for the newly built Fontainebleau Hotel.|
|1968||Lonnie Reed is hired
(and is still at Law’s today!).
|1973||Greg Law, Earl’s son, begins to work for the company in the manufacturing department.|
|1978||Law’s Engraving changes its name to Law’s Architectural Signs.|
|1980||Greg Law becomes president of the company.|
|1983||Due to major growth, Law’s moves to new facility near Miami International Airport.|
|1985||Law’s is selected as sign designer and fabricator for large cruise ship and hotel projects.|
|1995||Our work transitions with the economy towards the condominium and healthcare industries.|
|2005||Law’s in-house manufacturing capabilities expand with the purchase of computer driven routers and other innovative equipment.|
|TODAY||Law’s Architectural Signs continues to be a major provider of inspiring and functional signage for all types of facilities.|