Everyday we consult with our clients, answer questions, help with ideas, collaborate on solutions and review situations, specifications, branding, goals, and environment for the precise sign you and your client envision.
Sometimes this may be an “off the shelf” type of item, but more frequently we are working with a conceptual design that needs thought and consideration before production designs can be created. Choice and selection of materials, location, engineering, etc is our sweet spot. Consider us your “Google” for custom sign manufacturing. Keep reading for some examples.
This is a custom built post cap that we created to match existing historical versions. Our team was able to deliver this unique piece by utilizing 3D Software on our CNC table. Once completed, we painted to match the existing versions.
A local designer created a conceptual design for a “LIBRARY” sculpture/sign. Through collaboration and open minds, the design discussion lead to a concept and a plan for the manufacturing of this very unique, finished on all four sides, a piece of artwork. These aluminum fabricated letters were pole mounted to create the fun ‘stacked’ look.
Partnering with a developer on this Prairie-style design. We worked with their initial designs to create production drawings and manufacture these three massive truss signs that include illumination. An intricate rail system allowed our client’s installers to slowly lower these trusses into place with a boom truck.
Add the new but keep the old with the restoration of this 1925 built theatre. Double-sided fabricated boxes provide the backdrop of front and backlit fabricated letters. The conceptual design was included with a full branding package. Inspiration came from historic theaters and the original design of the Dundee. A smarter version of “neon” works hard on the side of the building and is much more efficient, since it is LED.