Signtech Ball Caps Installation at Petco Park for the San Diego Padres

The San Diego Padres, along with their architect, reached out to Signtech to help design, engineer, fabricate, and install a hanging hat wall display (hats are 16.5” x 10” x 8”). The display features all (109) San Diego and Imperial County High Schools (baseball and softball) and has two interactive kiosk below the hats. You walk up to the kiosk and type in a schools name. The screen will show you where you can find your school on the hat wall and then It will give you all notable’s about the school (how many CIF championships the school has, players that have moved on into the MLB, and other notables) Click on the link to view the project in full. Nice to see when a project turns out nicer than you imagined! Check it out in section 114.

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    Tesla Supercharger Station

Tesla's New Supercharger station - Kettleman City, CA

Signtech completes Tesla's new Supercharger station in Kettleman City, California. The new installation is one of the largest in the U.S. and the first one with a 24-hour lounge.

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L.A. Live's Nokia Theatre changes name to Microsoft Theater with New Signtech Installation

Microsoft unveiled a new signage installation for the Microsoft Theater at the 7,100-seat concert and special events venue at L.A. Live. Signtech fabricated and installed the Microsoft letterset as phase one of a multiphase rebrand project to transform the dining and entertainment hub’s 40,000-square-foot outdoor plaza into “Microsoft Square”. Jones Lang LaSalle managed this extensive rebrand project. All signs for the Microsoft Theater and Microsoft Square rebrand were designed by Gensler and Signtech engineered and fabricated the signage 100% in-house at Signtech’s San Diego facility. Signtech’s in-house crews installed the signs to provide complete turn-key service.

Signtech’s fabrication expertise was crucial in achieving the true color of Microsoft’s logo. The 10’ logo faces had to be constructed of the right material and have a precise lighting temperature to accomplish Microsoft’s signature colors. A custom bracket system was created to hang the 6’1 Microsoft letters over edge of the theater to appear as if they were floating.

The balance of this multiphase projects includes blade signs, box office signage, VIP entrance signage and an oversized roof logo. In order for the logo to be seen by cameras in helicopters flying over the venue during events the Microsoft logo had to be 50’x50’. To ensure safety, the theater’s structural engineer was consulted to approve that roof can hold the oversized logo and that the attachment methods were could withstand high winds. A large crane will be used to hoist the 50’ logo onto the roof to set them in place. Once the roof signs is installed the multiphase project will be complete and the Microsoft Theatre and Microsoft Square rebrand will be complete.

You can read more about this historic rebranding at the following links:

Los Angeles Times

CBS Los Angeles

The Hollywood Reporter



Microsoft Theater

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    Skechers Face & Edge-Lit Letters)

Skechers Store Within a Store at Meijer - Grand Rapids, MI

Signtech's custom Lo-Pro lettering solutions offer a variety of high-end finishes and lighting options that can be produced within a matter of days, not weeks or months. Our proprietary systems ensure the fastest turn-around capabilities while maintaining consistent quality through mass production.

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    Signtech Wins Again

bebe LoPro Lettering

bebe's new store design offers a high-end appearance featuring state of the art, LED face/edge lit low pro letters as well as a visually elegant, multi-layer frosted gold glass complete with a black lattice pattern; all of which are manufactured and installed by Signtech. In partnership with bebe’s Director of Global Store Design, Signtech developed the exacting multi-layer color specifications for the storefront glazing to create an antique mirror effect. The gold mirror paired with the matte black lattice offers an undeniable depth and mystique at the storefront. Additionally, the energy conscious, low voltage LED low pro letter design allows the 1-9/16” deep letters to be mounted and wired up through the narrow glazing channel above the storefront so that the letters appear to be floating effortlessly above the entry. The overall design creates a unique and stunning appearance with a luminous reflection.