The internal customer is as important as the external customer.
Where you live and work are points of pride and expressions of your culture. Turnpost builds environmental graphic strategies that address everything from simple way-finding to the promotion of an organization’s value proposition.
When Scooter’s Coffee was planning its new corporate offices in Omaha, the company knew it wanted a space that honors its connection to the surrounding community and highlights its commitment to quality ingredients and great-tasting coffee. We had the opportunity to take this vision and run with it, designing environmental graphics for collaboration spaces, individual offices and break rooms (and learning a lot about coffee in the process). The result is a series of branded graphics, murals, and installations that further enhance each space and create an engaging, energizing place to work and connect.
We had the honor of partnering with Lockwood Development to provide environmental design services for the company’s new Little King location at 86th and Dodge. Our contributions included branded environmental graphics, exterior murals, graphics on exterior windows as well as sandwich line glass, digital menu redesign, new packaging, and more.
Centris Federal Credit Union
Turnpost had the privilege of creating the current Centris brand more than 20 years ago – a design and story that has endured to this day. Recently, Centris tapped our team to create mission-driven environmental graphics for the credit union’s new headquarters – Centris Federal Credit Union located at Sterling Ridge. The finished product, which incorporates photography, original illustration and text-driven graphics, engages members, empowers employees, and acts as an immersive reflection of the Centris brand.
The urgency and unexpectedness of a commodities trading floor can be both inspiring and frustrating. These attributes were also the building blocks that Green Plains, a diversified commodity-processing business, asked Turnpost to use in engaging their employees in the new corporate headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska. Working closely with Holland Basham Architects, we deployed an environmental strategy that complimented the award winning, state-of-the-art facility. We built a system of graphics that paid homage to the rich heritage of the industry, and reflected the progressive, forward-thinking nature of the business.
Lindsay Corporation (NYSE: LNN) is a leading global manufacturer and distributor of irrigation and infrastructure equipment and technology. In the design and construction of their global headquarters in Omaha, NE, Turnpost was engaged to create environmental graphics and way finding that educated and celebrated Lindsay’s nearly 70 years as innovators in the industry. Their products and services are represented in over 90 countries around the world, and the quality and integrity by which they work extends from the walls of HQ to every field they’re on.
Election Systems Software
ES&S was built on one of our nation’s fundamental rights and privileges – to cast a vote in a democratic election. They are innovators of election equipment, and have products and services represented in nearly every state. The ES&S offices are a working lab of tech R&D and the scientific development of the vote. Turnpost was engaged to convert their corporate headquarters into a virtual dialogue of voting – the history, the challenges, the innovation and the critical importance of the balance of people and technology in an evolving part of our political world.
88 Tactical is an elite training organization focused on helping individuals, families, emergency service workers, and military members develop the confidence and ability to deal with any situation or crisis. As part of the overall brand development, Turnpost was involved with the environmental design of the facility, which is as much training and education as it is full-service retail, dining and entertainment. Having ties to military and first-response organizations, consistency and uniformity of the brand was paramount to the business owners.
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