Seattle Printer United Reprographics Awarded Reprographics Services Contract by the University of Washington
United Reprographics Selected as Contract Reprographics Printer for University of Washington Construction Documents
SEATTLE, Washington (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
United Reprographics announced today that it has been awarded a two-year contract by the University of Washington to provide reprographics services to the institution.
“We are grateful that the University of Washington has chosen to support diversity in their vendor selection by choosing a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) as a provider for reprographics services. Furthermore, we applaud their decision to award their business to a locally owned and operated company that employs state residents, thereby strengthening our state's economic position,” said Michael Barrett, president, United Reprographics.
United Reprographics will provide large format printing services of construction documents, small format document reproduction, scanning, binding, mounting and lamination, in addition to digital document distribution and general print consulting services. The competitively awarded contract has a two-year base with three, two-year options.
About United Reprographics
United Reprographics is the top locally-owned and operated Seattle reprographics facility. Founded in 1999 by entrepreneur Brian Sims, United Reprographics delivers printing services to many of the leading architects, engineers, and construction companies in the Puget Sound area. United Reprographics provides construction support services such as printing of plans, spec manuals, reports, EIS reports, postcards, flyers, banners, signage, scanning services, large format display boards, decals, vehicle and building wraps. Staffed by a group of highly skilled and talented printing technicians and account representatives the company is widely known for its exceptional printing quality and customer service.
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