American Graphic Design & Advertising (AGDA) announced the winners of its 31th annual AGDA awards. KMA Design received the ‘Best of Category’ award for their environmental graphic design work on the Seton Hill University Donor Helix.The freestanding donor recognition sculpture commemorates donations […]
Pittsburgh – KMA Design with offices in Carnegie, PA, and Tampa is sponsoring five- year Ladies Professional Golf Association pro Jacqui Concolino. “Having played with and watched Jacqui compete,” said Barbara Martin, president of KMA Design, “and working with her […]
As of Thursday, February 25th, KMA Design’s Pittsburgh branch will be moving to a new location. The office is just a few blocks from their former building and will accommodate larger space to meet the increasing demand resultant of the […]
Dear Friends of KMA, In 1996, I started Kerestes-Martin Associates, Inc., with only one full time employee and an intern! It’s hard to believe that twenty years have past and the success the firm has experience over the past two […]
As a distinguished alumna of Seton Hill University, Barbara Martin and her son, Michael Martin, collaborated on the design of the freestanding donor recognition sculpture commemorating donations associated with the new Health Sciences Center. The structure is fabricated out of […]
Jeremy Detwiler and Anthony J. Concolino are the newest additions to the KMA Design team. “We are delighted to be able to add these two accomplished professionals to our staff,” noted Barbara Martin, founder and president of KMA Design. “Our […]
KMA Design’s Mike Cornell and Daniel Grushecky were in attendance at the 2015 GACO Procurement Fair. KMA hosted a booth as well as a giveaway contest. Congratulations to Michael Cvetic for winning the 50” LED Television!
American Graphic Design & Advertising (AGDA) announced the winners of its 30th annual AGDA awards. KMA Design received the ‘Best of Category’ award for their environmental graphic design work with Pittsburgh’s Gateway Clipper Fleet. Their work showcased a variety of […]
Thanks to the generosity of KMA Design’s owners Barbara Martin and David Kosick, the entire staff enjoyed an evening together away from the office to support their favorite baseball team, the Pittsburgh Pirates. Conversations, community, and a solid buffet created […]
KMA has opened a new office in Tampa, FL to better serve it’s Florida-based clientele.
The Monongalia County Ballpark, home of the MiLB’s West Virgina Black Bears, was ranked No.1 in Ballpark Digest’s fan voted poll, “Best of the Ballparks” for Short Season A stadiums. According to the results, the ballpark won by a landslide […]
Borough of Aspinwall, PA – Citywide master planning and design Borough of Bridgeville, PA – Citywide master planning and design Florida Hospital Tampa, FL – Existing facility interior upgrades Florida Hospital Wauchula, FL – Interior and exterior wayfinding design Newbury […]
The Borough of Carnegie, home of KMA Design’s main corporate office, is currently undergoing the implementation phase for a new exterior wayfinding program. Representative of the town’s namesake, Andrew Carnegie, the theme utilizes design elements from the Carnegie-clan and associated […]
KMA Design’s work at Consol Energy Center, home of the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins, was highlighted in the May 2015 issue of Signs & Digital Graphics. Page 32 of the magazine features a variety of photos, as well as description of […]
Morgantown, WV: WVU Healthcare’s new Outpatient Care Center (OCC) is an 110,000 square-foot facility that plans to be open to patients in the summer of 2015. KMA Design devised a cohesive sign family tailored to incorporate WVU Healthcare branding. The […]
Farmingdale, NY: Subcontracted by H2M architects + engineers, KMA Design developed a new exterior wayfinding system for Farmingdale State College in Farmingdale, New York (SUNY). Sleek, linear modules encompass directionals, monument, and directory signage sporting the school’s color scheme. Parking […]
Queens, NY: Saint John’s University recently underwent a new branding campaign to update the school’s identity. KMA Design’s role was to develop a signage master plan with the goal of enhancing pedestrian and vehicular wayfinding on and around campus. KMA […]
A new exterior campus wayfinding program was implemented at WVU Healthcare’s Ruby Memorial Hospital. Planning included updates to improve circulation while still reflecting the institute’s branding. Directionals, parking identification, and DOT signs were included in the signage package.
On April 25th a few KMA employees participated in the 8th Annual Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department 5k Run / Walk. Despite the frigid weather conditions, KMA still laced up their running shoes and completed the 3.1-mile course with nearly 400 […]
West Virginia University and MiLB’s West Virginia Black Bears’ new baseball stadium, dubbed the Monongalia County Ballpark, features a cohesive sign system developed to provide direction and compliment the park’s architecture. KMA Design was sub-contracted by DLA Architects to add […]