Santa Clara, California 95050
From the start, Ed had a natural flair for painting in oil and watercolor, and his talent soon led him to painting Christmas scenes for local grocery stores. It wasn't before long that he opened up his first shop on The Alameda in Santa Clara, back when the Silicon Valley was mostly orchards.
As one of the first commercial sign shops in the Silicon Valley, Ed Moran became well known for his quality workmanship and timely service. His company, originally named Alameda Sign Company, began designing, engineering and producing large building signs, monument signs and displays for high profile companies like IBM, Hewlett Packard and Fairchild Semiconductor.
Ed also developed strong relationships with leading commercial real estate developers of the time including the likes of Trammel Crow Company, Spieker Properties (now Equity Office Properties) and Lincoln Property (now Legacy Partners). Ed Moran retired in 1993, after building a company based on consistent quality, timely service, honesty and integrity.
Today, Corporate Sign Systems is recognized as one of the leading "design build" and "build to spec" signage firms in Northern California. Ed's successor, Danny Moran, carries on the tradition of values on which his father founded the company. With Danny at the helm and a concentration in corporate architectural signage design and fabrication, Corporate Sign Systems has executed some of the most significant corporate signage projects in the Silicon Valley, nationally and internationally.
Corporate Sign Systems is committed to the pursuit of excellence. We are proud to be an industry leader and innovator to the art and science of signage design and fabrication. Whether your project is a corporate campus, mixed use development, a medical, institutional or educational venue, with local or global reach, Corporate Sign Systems is the right company for your project.