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Harold Washington Social Security Center, Chicago

Project: Harold Washington Social Security Center

Chicago, Illinois

Harold Washington Social Security Center is a 10-story GSA-owned high-rise in Chicago’s West Loop. Occupied by the Social Security Administration (SSA), 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.

UL1994-listed Egress Path Markings installed:

  • 86-18128 – Staircase Identification Signs
  • 86-CUSTOM – custom-made signage for this project
  • 86-42867FClick here to shop!
    and
    86-42947FClick here to shop!
    Man Running Signs
  • 83-1780LClick here to shop!
    Anti-Slip Tape
  • 83-0781Click here to shop!
    Primer
  • 83-0783Click here to shop!
    Edge Sealer
  • 82-40708LClick here to shop!
    Handrail Marking, Wall-mounted Perimeter Demarcation, Exit Door Frame + Push Bar Marking
  • 82-44151LClick here to shop!
    Obstacle Marking
Harold Washington Social Security Center - Wall-mounted perimeter demarcation line
Harold Washington Social Security Center – Wall-mounted perimeter demarcation line
Harold Washington Social Security Center - Egress Path Markings
Harold Washington Social Security Center – Egress Path Markings