Located in Chicago’s West Loop, the Harold Washington Social Security Center is a 10-story high-rise with the PERMALIGHT® Photoluminescent Egress Path Marking System installed within its emergency exit stairwells. Read on to learn more about this project.
Staircase/Floor Identification Signs (Custom)
Emergency Exit Symbols
Anti-Slip Floor Tape (with Installation Accessories)
Handrail Marking, Wall-Mounted Perimeter Marking, Exit Door Frame Marking, Exit Door Push Bar Marking
Trusted in GSA Buildings – See what PERMALIGHT® can do for your Egress Path Marking Projects
The PERMALIGHT® Photoluminescent Egress Path Marking System is installed in GSA (U.S. General Services Administration) buildings all over the United States for good reason; contractors, installers, and architects trust the durability and effectiveness of PERMALIGHT®.
American PERMALIGHT® is serious about Life Safety. That’s why our motto is “Guide & Protect” which is about guiding people to safety in emergencies and protecting lives.
Choose the full PERMALIGHT® Photoluminescent Egress Path Marking System for a complete safety system, or pick and choose from our system as needed for your project. We can help with project bidding, product selection, project takeoffs, installation training, and so much more.
Have a multi-story building project that needs a new or updated photoluminescent egress path marking system? Let American PERMALIGHT® guide you through your project! Contact us and let us know about your project and see how we can help
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About Harold Washington Social Security Center
The Harold Washington Social Security Center is a 10-story building that was built in 1975 and occupies one city block of Chicago’s West Loop. The building is named in honor of Harold Lee Washington, a former U.S. Congressman and the first African-American mayor of Chicago, who served the city from 1983 until his death in 1987.
Learn more about this building here on the official GSA website.