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3D Letters, Entry Monument, Real Estate Sign: Rainbow Canyon Villages & Estates, Temecula, CA

Rainbow Canyon Villages & Estates, Temecula, California

This large residential community monument consists of Extira wood composite panels, aluminum frame structures with architectural stone veneer and dimensional letters. The structure required 5′ deep and 4′ square footings.

Entry Monument, Directional Signs, Sandblasted Granite, Channel Letters: Pacific Palms Resort, La Puente, CA

Pacific Palms Resort, La Puente, CA

Insignia fabricated and installed this new signage for the Pacific Palms Resort. They were in the middle of corporate color changes and needed several signs updated as well as new signs created. From aluminum channel letters to sandblasted granite, Insignia provided everything the resort needed to finalize these changes.

Acrylic and Channel Letters, Office, Lobby Signs: Jaseng Center for Alternative Medicine, Fullerton CA

Jaseng Center for Alternative Medicine, Fullerton CA

Jaseng Center for Alternative Medicine is a prestigious medical office. Not only is Insignia a client of theirs, but we are proud to say they are now clients of ours. This gorgeous office is branded with Insignia quality signage as the centerpiece for every patient, vendor, and person who enters. The 1/2″ thick acrylic painted letters and logo are in English and Korean and flush mounted on a convex curve. The non-illuminated aluminum channel letters on the exterior of the building provide Providence Medical Center with the elegance and class it deserves, while also providing the building identification signage to direct pedestrians.

LED Channel Letters High Rise Sign, Traffic Directional Signs: Embassy Suites, Glendale, CA

Embassy Suites, Glendale, CA

When it comes to hospitality signage, Insignia excels in hotel entry monuments and high rise (high reach) channel letters. Embassy Suites Glendale is 13 stories high which required a swing stage installation method. Monuments were modified for a custom fit over water features and post tension installation. Push through letter & LED lighted channel letters make Embassy Suites a beacon of light, viewed from a long distance away, including the 134 fwy in Glendale, CA.

ADA Compliant Signage, LED Neon Lit Channel Letters: Living Hope Christian Fellowship, San Clemente, CA

Living Hope Christian Fellowship, San Clemente, CA

Insignia manufactured reverse halo lit channel letters with neon & LED lighting. We utilized our high reach lift truck to install the letters which are hung aproximately 28 feet high at the top of a two story commercial office building. The south facing letters are 1/2″ thick aluminum flat cut non-illuminated letters. The interior unit id signs are made of acrylic and are ADA compliant (California Type II Braille). The unit ID’s also have etched magnesium plates that contain the ADA braille.

LED Channel Letters Retail Signage: Diamond Case Home Theater, Anaheim, CA

Diamond Case Home Theater, Anaheim, CA

Diamond Case Home Theater is the first of five sign installations at the new Crossroads Commercial Development near the intersection of the 91 and 57 freeways. Insignia fabricated a new set of front lit LED channel letters that are 24 feet tall for the top line and 15 feet tall for the bottom. We applied a digital voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) graphic to a 48 foot tall can for the logo, which features both front lit lighting and a vibrant blue reverse halo lighting system to accent the logo with professionalism and elegance. This particular sign utilizes a 12 volt LED lighting system which has a 100,000 hour light life.

Metal Architectural School Sign: CSULA, Los Angeles, CA

CSULA, Los Angeles, CA

Insignia fabricated 6 inch deep, 38 inch tall stainless steel letters for the California State University Los Angeles Golden Eagles stadium. These letters feature a brushed finish that are mounted on the top of the stadium press box. Insignia also performed structural engineering and sign installation which required hoisting the letters using a 55 foot ladder truck up the five story press box structure.