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In 2011, Adler Display completed work on a custom Hall of Fame exhibit for the new Hood College athletic center.
The aesthetically pleasing Hall of Fame display highlights Hood College athletes who have made significant contributions to the college’s athletic program. The athletes are featured on bold panels varying in size and covering a wide range of sports. Plaques on each end of the display highlight the history and traditions of Hood College athletics.
The Hall of Fame Exhibit was unveiled to the Hood College community in a dedication ceremony on Friday, November 4, 2011. Click Here to see more photos of Adler’s work at Hood College.
School Displays from Adler Display
Adler Display has designed a wide variety of school displays for private schools, colleges and universities. From high quality display cases and donor recognition walls to hall of fame exhibits, Adler Display has done it all.
Adler Display also designs a Donor Recognition Displays and Signage for Hood College
Adler Display also designed and installed a donor recognition display in the Hood College athletic center, featuring naming opportunities for Hood College donors. These displays are located both inside and outside the center.
Recognition Displays and Signage from Adler Display
Adler Display excels in creating custom recognition displays, signage and graphics for clientele of all shapes and sizes. We have created a wide variety of recognition displays from interactive displays on plasma screens to etched glass and metal, photographic and hand-carved wood.
If you would like to learn more about School Displays, Recognition Displays and Signage, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
Adler Display has three main areas of focus including trade show displays, display environments and signage / presentation graphics. We bring a level of creativity, imagination, and experience to each of these areas that is unmatched.
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In 2010, Adler Display completed work on a delightfully playful train-themed children’s reading area for the Westminster branch of the Carroll County Public Library. The display includes:
The train-themed reading area was part of a larger library renovation designed to engage young minds and educate children about the history of the Westminster area.
“We are very pleased with Adler’s vision for the project,” said the director of the Carroll County Public Library, Lynn Wheeler. “The elements in the design they created are sure to delight our visitors. Adler Display has responded to our needs and kept the project consistently
The train-themed children’s area renovation was made possible by a Maryland State Library Capital Programs grant and local funding approved by the Board of Commissioners for Carroll County.
Display Environments from Adler Display
Throughout our rich history, Adler Display has created hundreds of display environments, ranging from museum displays and hospital displays to airport displays, visitor center displays, and so much more! Our display environments design, fabrication, and installation will make your location come alive.
Whether you seek form, function, fun or all of the above, Adler Display’s innovative display environments provide the impact that will make a lasting impression.
If you would like to learn more about Library Displays, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
“It is a fabulous company to deal with. Every project we have done to date has been great.” – Ailene Sher, Beth El Congregation
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The Murphy Oil Corporation is a worldwide oil and gas company with a rich history. So when the El Dorado, Arkansas-based company wanted to visually depict its 100 years of service, they called on Adler Display, a national leader in visual communications through trade show and permanent displays.
Adler Display has been creating custom lobby displays for companies for more than 60 years. Our experience and on-site fabrication shop give us the edge in making your lobby display attractive and functional.
Murphy Oil Corporation: Corporate Lobby Display
Adler Display’s uniquely designed and executed lobby displays are built to serve several purposes, from informational to directional and everything in between. For Murphy Oil, Adler designed, fabricated, and installed a corporate timeline, a visual travel through the company’s 100-year history.
“Chris Massaro and the Adler team presented great concepts but were always willing to take our input and ideas into consideration,” said Murphy Oil Corporation’s director of administrative services, Allison Parker. “As a project that was very close to our hearts, their ability to collaborate with us made for an enjoyable experience overall. And the end result is something that we are all very proud of.”
The project included:
“With this project, we were able to integrate replicas of oil barrels, classic gas pump globes from Murphy Oil’s retail operations, ship replicas, maps and high-tech monitor displays,” said Adler Display President Ron Adler. “The result is a one-of-a-kind exhibit for a company with an incredible history, and one that we are privileged to be a part of.”
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Bring your company branding to life with corporate interior displays from Adler Display!
If you would like to learn more about Lobby Displays and Corporate Interiors, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
“The entire Adler staff was very professional and took their work very seriously. Their dedication to their work and our project made a huge impact on us. The designer presented great concepts but was always willing to listen to our concerns and take our input into consideration. He altered some of his designs based on our comments but would also present his reasoning on items he felt would work better how he initially designed them. This resulted in the best possible design in the end. The project manager worked to develop creative solutions to specific issues that came with our project. They were always willing to find the perfect fix for a problem instead of taking the easy way out or stopping before we were completely happy with the outcome. The construction crew and installers were each top of class in their field. We appreciate their skills and their attention to detail. We especially appreciate how the team worked so well together. They respect each other and their areas of responsibility. The project was managed very efficiently.” – Allison Parker, Murphy Oil Corporation
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In 2004, Adler Display completed a project for one of the most prestigious sporting events in the world, the U.S. Open, the No. 1 annual sporting event in the world in terms of overall attendance. Held at the United States Tennis Association (USTA) National Tennis Center in New York, New York, the U.S. Open featured big name players, like Roger Federer, and great signage from Adler.
“Our signs and displays were seemingly everywhere on behalf of our clients, including the United States Tennis Association (USTA) itself, as well as clothing designers and manufacturers Fila® and Lacoste®,” said Adler Display President Ron Adler.
For the USTA:
“Yes, it’s fair to say that Adler aced the Open,” said Adler. Adler was very much on the ball at the Open with a net result of lots and lots of positive exposure for our client companies!”
Signage and Graphics from Adler Display
Adler Display is the mid-Atlantic’s foremost expert in display signage and graphics. Our in-house staff of project managers, designers, fabricators and installers have created display signage and graphics for some of the tops companies in the nation. Whether you’re looking to spruce up a lobby, make a splash at a trade show, or create a stunning permanent display, display signage and graphics from Adler Display will be all that you need and more.
If you would like to learn more about Signage and Displays, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
“Thank you to everyone at Adler Display for your assistance in making it possible for us to receive such a high-quality product. I can’t thank you enough! The carry case is incredibly convenient, and we were amazed by how easily we could set it up and take it down. You were right about the fabric, too – it photographs without glare and the frame stretches it taut, so there were no issues with wrinkles. Thank you!” – Kristen Carson-Owens, The Constitution Project
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It may have happened way back in 2004, but we at Adler Display are still very excited about the work we did for the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association (BACVA) Visitor Center. Adler Display designed two high-tech ticker tape signs, state-of-the-art plasma and LCD monitors and interactive programs, as well as traditional displays and multimedia digital exhibits for BACVA.
“[Adler Display] worked hand-in-hand with the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association on the display design and construction to ensure that together we are putting Baltimore’s best foot forward,” said Adler. “We are very excited about this project and proud of how it promotes our hometown.”
Visitor Center Displays from Adler Display
Visitor center displays incorporate everything that we do best, from innovative design to quality craftsmanship to superior graphics. Over the years, Adler Display has created a number of visitor center displays, including the DuPont Nature Center in Delaware, the Baltimore Visitor Center, The Maryland State Office of Tourism, The Wicomico County Visitor Center, The Dorchester County Visitor Center, and the Garrett County Visitor Center.
If you would like to learn more about Visitor Center Displays, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
“I am impressed with the results of my ideas combined with the talented skills of the Excellent Design Artists at Adler Display. They have made a Dream come into being an exquisite Reality! Thank you one & All! …. with many Blessings……..” – Linda Noe Laine
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At Adler Display, we not only take pride in our work, creating some of the most aesthetically pleasing trade show displays and permanent displays, but we also pride ourselves in the way we do business. And recognizing our impact on the environment, we at Adler Display implemented a green initiative to reduce our waste and provide our clients with greener displays.
Reducing Internal Waste: At our facility in Baltimore, Maryland, we have implemented ways to reuse and recycle materials. In our offices, our staff recycles paper, bottles, cans, and boxes. And in our production department, our staff places excess paper, plastic, glass, and other materials used in the production of displays in special recycling containers for weekly pickup by Integrated Waste, our partner and client.
We estimate that we have reduced our waste by more than 80% through this initiative.
Producing Green Displays: At Adler Display, we actively seek out production materials made of recycled materials. Our displays themselves, from our bamboo banner stands to our large aluminum displays, are also recyclable.
We have many clients who not only request green displays, but require them, and we are more than happy to oblige. Just ask any of our associates about how you can make your displays green displays.
If you would like to learn more about Green Displays, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
“Your advice, enthusiasm, professionalism, and creativity brought our concept to life—not sure we could have done it without you.” —The Community College of Baltimore County
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In today’s economy, businesses have to make the most out of each and every dollar they spend. That is why we at Adler Display have made it our mission to help you stretch your advertising budget. How? By offering you trade show displays that are only of the highest quality, but that are also incredibly affordable.
Adler Display vs. the Competition
Of course you can go with one of those online “budget” display companies that offer inexpensive trade show displays. And heck, you may save a few dollars. But only Adler Display offers trade show displays that are both cost-effective and high quality.
The need to separate your company from the pack, while not breaking the bank, is crucial. However, quality should never be compromised. Adler Display will help with concept, design and fabrication at our on-site workshop thus insuring the highest quality display for your advertising dollar.
As a leader in the trade show industry since 1936, Adler Display is well aware of the importance of high quality workmanship. We specialize in the design and fabrication of trade show displays of all shapes and sizes, including:
At Adler Display, we work with you every step of the way and may even provide you with a more cost-effective, less expensive alternative to last minute changes.
If you would like to learn more about Trade Show Displays, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
No matter what type of trade show display you choose, our trade show display project managers will make sure it’s done on time and on budget. From quick and easy banner stands to large and complex custom island displays, Adler Display has the trade show display staff and experience to create your ideal trade show display.
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In late 2006, the Anne Arundel Medical Center called upon Adler Display to create a storybook-themed display for its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Adler Display answered the call, designing and fabricating recognition display as well as three-dimensional ribbons, blocks, and additional architectural elements supporting the NICU’s overall theme.
“[I am] justifiably proud of the work of our creative team on this project,” said Adler Display President Ron Adler.
Notable Features of the Storybook Themed Display
Hospital Displays from Adler Display
From photographic wall murals and edge-lit etched glass signage to custom showcases, donor walls, lobby displays and exhibits, Adler Display has the expertise, creativity and experience to create hospital displays that meet your needs and budget. We have worked with many hospitals, including the Anne Arundel Medical Center, to create exciting and lasting hospital displays and visuals.
If you would like to learn more about Hospital Displays, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
About Adler Display:
Adler Display is a nationally recognized innovative leader in visual communications through trade show displays, custom display environments, presentation graphics and signage. Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland since 1939, Adler Display provides custom display environments and trade show displays nationally.
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The Mary Catherine Bunting Center, Mercy Medical Center’s $400 million replacement facility, is equipped with niceties to make a visit more comfortable, soothing and enjoyable. Complementing the elegant architecture and healing ambiance are a variety of services and amenities.
However, none of this would have been possible without the generation donations of Mary Catherine Bunting and so many others. That is why the Mercy Medical Center sought to commemorate the selfless giving of its donors by erecting an aesthetically pleasing donor wall.
This is where Adler Display came in.
Hospital Displays & Recognition Displays from Adler Display
Hospital displays from Adler Display provide wayfinding and directions as well as showcase donors, events and other important hospital information. Adler Display has worked with many hospitals, like Mercy Medical Center, to create exciting and lasting hospital displays and visuals.
From photographic wall murals and edge-lit etched glass signage to custom showcases, donor walls, lobby displays and exhibits, Adler Display has the expertise, creativity and experience to create hospital displays that meet your needs and budget.
“I’m writing to tell you that the design and installation of the Mary Catherine Bunting Donor Wall is beautiful. Your team did a great job and their professionalism was very much appreciated by the Pastoral Care Department as well as the Development Office. I especially wanted to point out that Andy Davenport was an accommodating and client-oriented project manager and that designer Piotr Wolff did an extremely creative job of bringing to fruition a stately yet welcoming recognition piece.
I look forward to working with Adler Display on future projects. Thank you again.”
Director of Development
Mercy Medical Center
If you would like to learn more about Hospital Displays and Donor Displays, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
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Adler Display is deeply entrenched in the tradition and history of the city of Baltimore, Maryland. Because of this, it only made sense for Adler to tackle a project like a traveling display depicting the history of the Baltimore Orioles. The exhibit, sponsored by The Baltimore Sun and presented by Nissan(R), includes exciting photos and memorabilia highlighting the Orioles throughout the years, including Cal Ripken Jr.’s incredible consecutive game streak, World Series championships, Memorial Stadium, Camden Yards, and much more.
“It’s a great display of Baltimore baseball history,” said Ron Adler, president of Adler Display. “As a lifelong fan of the Orioles, I get chills every time I see it.”
This was not Adler Displays first foray into a baseball-themed exhibit. Adler had previously completed two displays for the Babe Ruth Museum, one depicting the Babe from his early days in Baltimore to his glory days as baseball’s Sultan of Swat and the other on Cal Ripken Jr.’s 2,131 “Iron Man” streak.
“But having Adler Display honored by creating a display of the 50 years of the Orioles, now that was the best!” said Adler. “Some displays are just more fun to create than others,” said Adler.
Museum Exhibits from Adler Display
The design team at Adler Display creates stunning museum displays that bring art, artifacts, and information to life.
We have created museum displays for some of the finest galleries, museums, and nature centers in the country, from the Babe Ruth Museum, the Ocean City Lifesaving Station Museum, the Walters Art Gallery, the Oregon Ridge Nature Center, the Deep Creek Discovery Center, the National Aquarium in Baltimore, and more.
If you would like to learn more about Museum Displays, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
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