Pannier Graphics Wins Two National Park Service Contracts
Pannier Graphics, the industry leader in Fiberglass Embedded panels, Gel Coat Laminate panels and Exhibit Bases, has once again been awarded Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts with the National Park Service. In October, Pannier was awarded a three-year contract for Wayside Exhibit Panels and this past week was awarded a three-year contract for Wayside Exhibit Bases.
The National Park Service is one of the nation’s principal conservation agencies and is responsible for protecting our country’s natural and cultural resources. The goal of the NPS is to interpret the various resources in a way that visitors can understand them, experience them and appreciate their value.
“We are honored to once again be working with the National Park Service,” said Jeff Heddaeus, Pannier Graphics’ President. “Pannier has been providing NPS with fiberglass embedded panels for over 30 years and exhibit bases for over 12 years, we value our relationship and look forward to working with them in the future.”
This is the second consecutive IDIQ contract Pannier has been awarded to provide panels, and the third for exhibit bases. Throughout the contract, Pannier will provide government wide services for parks, regions, Harpers Ferry Center and other government entities as approved in the development of waysides. Both contracts will last three years.
Pannier also holds a five year IDIQ contract for Wayside Exhibit Planning, Design and Production Services.
Pannier is the leading manufacturer of indoor and outdoor signs, panels, exhibit bases and frames, used in a full range of applications – from wayfinding signs to interpretive panels to custom fiberglass and gel coat laminate signage. We blend superior digital graphics quality with our unique embedment process, to provide you with exhibit graphics that are unsurpassed in durability.
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