Does it matter the type of signage that's displayed at the entries of the building?  I have a contractor who placed a paper sign behind the glass door of the main entrance, which clearly states that smoking is prohibited within 100 feet of all entries (that's the distance the client wants).  This bothered the architect because he specificed a metal placard non-smoking sign to be installed outside by the main entrance.  We could wait for the new placard to be installed, but I feel like the existing paper signage works too.  Would the LEED reviewer have a problem with the paper signage even if it clearly states the non-smoking policy and boundary?