The new concourse in Penn Station is one of the largest railroad facilities built in the nation since the 1950s. Doubling in length and higher ceilings, our team was faced with the challenge of installing heavy fabricated signs into various structures over decades old. The face lit wayfinding was essential in the new space along with every cut letter identifying entrances. Everywhere you look in this station our work can be seen wrapping and lighting the way.
Of course, as LaGuardia Airport in Queens, NY embarked on an $8 Billion renovation, signage was definitely going to be part of the face lift. We are thrilled to have been able to provide our services throughout the Delta terminal for everything from large scale fabricated gate numbers and digital screen cladding spanning the corridors to lit restroom signage, all the way to simple code required signs. A small Crown Signs foot print seen by thousands of people daily.
Ready, set, go! Working closely with our client, we produced and installed signage for Supercharged, the world’s largest indoor racetrack, at speeds you wouldn’t believe! Using artist renderings, the signage was detailed by our team of designers and brought to life by our production team. Our scope included face-lit signage inside and out, large-scale printed murals, and even a custom illuminated hostess stand, to elevate the high-octane experience.
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The Javits Center expansion was no easy feat but one our team was ready to take on. The expansion covered over 1.2 million square feet of added space, all of which required new wayfinding signage. We fabricated and installed large monument signs, directories, and emergency egress signs, just to name a few. We could not be more proud of the entire Crown Signs team for completing this project.
Even architectural landmarks need signage. The Vessel in Hudson Yards is an interactive sculptural piece made of over 150 flights of stairs. One can imagine the installation on such a project was atypical, to say the least.
Depth was the name of the game in this project. Deep fabricated pieces at some of the smallest sizes we have ever had to work with. The signs identifying the book genres had to be movable to allow the librarians to adjust locations with book demand. Movable, yet secure to resist tampering or falling. And if it was not fabricated it was screen printed directly on site. Concrete walls might not have been the easiest application surface, but our experienced production manager was able to pull it off beautifully.