Our team of business consultants, project managers, installers and support staff at ASI, Cincinnati have a passion for the Cincinnati area that dates back to our founding in 1982. In fact, my dad, Ken Knarr, was one of the original-founding owners. Today, ASI, Cincinnati takes pride in our ability to understand a client’s business, brand and their building. That means creating exceptional interior, exterior and digital architectural signage. We make sure each one matches the design intent, function and budget of every client. We know that success is in the details, so we use proprietary project management software that precisely manages every phase of a project, ensuring a smooth, successful outcome every time.
We are members of several organizations including BOMA, IFMA, and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, in addition to being a certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBENC). Our client work has been consistently recognized nationally as Best of ASI winners.
Our ASI, Cincinnati family has deep roots in Ohio. We’re also part of the extended family of ASI offices across the country – a network of innovators specializing in architectural signage and wayfinding solutions for America’s top brands. Together we bring superb planning, craftsmanship and execution to every project. We’d like to do the same for you.
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Princeton City Schools
Creating a Memorable First Impression
Princeton City School Board had a vision of featuring an impressive, inspirational sculpture which would create a memorable first impression for anybody
Union Township Civic Center
Complete Interior & Exterior Architectural Signage and Wayfinding for Civic Center
A flexible architectural signage solution was needed for both the interior and exterior to complement the building’s architecture.
Sharonville Convention Center
Dynamic Digital and Custom Interior Signage
Meeting the ever changing communication requirements of a convention center requires a networked system of dynamic digital signage.