About The Client
When you think of high school, you remember your friends, your teachers and of course the sports programs. High school sports have always been a large part of high school life, whether you cheered on the team or played in the games. With this in mind, it is important for all high schools to invest in equipment, fields, stands, and even concession/bathroom facilities for the fans. This is what Warren Woods Tower decided to do, having obtained a large bond and having leftover funds once they finished updating their sports grounds.
We were able to receive this project by bid through our client ABG. We were excited to be able to help Warren Woods out with their new sign on the new concession facility. The architect had originally spec’d out an aluminum cast sign. The aluminum cast is built out of liquid aluminum that is molded to shape – this a heavy and more expensive process for this type of sign. During the bidding process, we discussed different sign options with ABG in the hopes that the sign could still have a multi-dimensional look but utilizing a less expensive process. Our decision was to give the architect a reverse channel letter option.
A reverse channel letter can be multi-dimensional, which means we can stack letters on top of each other. Both Warren Woods Tower High School and the architecture team were excited to go with the inexpensive option of the reverse channel letters. Once the sign was approved our fabrication team went to work on building the sign. We used aluminum sheeting to cut and weld the sign into shape, and then our installation team installed the new sign on the building for everyone to see. They used the pin-mount method to properly install the sign.
Both ABG and Warren Woods Tower were very happy with the outcome of the sign. The sign was just what they needed to show support to the athletic teams of Warren Woods Tower High School and provide current and future students with memories to last them a lifetime.