As part of its customer service effort, the McCrory administration is looking at how to provide better signs for visitors and employees around the state government complex in downtown Raleigh.
The State Parking Division of the NC Department of Administration has already held a meeting on the subject. It has given a contract to Kimley-Horn Associates, the Raleigh engineering and design firm to help with the study. The cost of the study is $24,700 and is scheduled for completion in early 2014.
Kimley-Horn has handled a number of downtown projects including the parking deck at Green Square.
"Part of providing good customer service is to display signs with a uniform appearance and consistent information throughout all of the Downtown State Government Complex," said Bill Daughtridge, the secretary of administration.