Washington Reprographics is changing its name to Printscape.
John Dziak, owner and CEO of Printscape, said the new identity reflects the company's growing scope of capabilities. Founded in Washington, PA, in 1977 as a local reprographic services and supply company, the company now known as Printscape serves the architectural, engineering and construction industries, as well as universities, retailers, pharmaceutical and public service companies throughout the United States.
"The new Printscape identity reflects our ability to be a total imaging, packaging and graphics solutions provider for organizations across the country," explained Dziak. "It is designed to tell our existing customers and future prospects that we're moving aggressively to diversify our services so we can meet the expanding needs of their businesses."
In addition to its popular digital, on-line construction document management system and print-on-demand finishing services, Printscape has produced high-end monumental graphics for the new Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, in-store signage for TREK bike stores nationwide and other high-visibility projects.
Printscape is headquartered in Robinson Township, PA, and operates stores in downtown Pittsburgh, Monroeville, PA, Canonsburg (Southpointe), PA, and Morgantown, WV. The company also serves dozens of national customers through a sophisticated and fully integrated web site that delivers cost-effective services customized to their specific needs.