Ad Light Group created exterior signage for this Denver property under the original development ‘The Yards at Denargo Market‘. After the name changed to ‘Waterford RiNo’, Ad Light was contracted to replace the existing signs with rebranded ones. Our team fabricated new illuminated cabinets and reconfigured the layout to accompany the additional letters of the property’s new name. After 8 years, the steel-I beams remained in great shape and were able to be reused on the rebranded sign. To complete the exterior rebrand, new parking signs and new canopy signs above the leasing center’s entrance were also completed. The project was designed, fabricated, and installed by Ad Light Group in partnership with Braddock & Logan.
Modera LoHi, located in the heart of Denver’s Lower Highlands neighborhood, is an upscale multifamily property. Ad Light Group was contracted by Mill Creek Residential to fabricate and install all interior and exterior signage. The exterior design included a 25′ wall sign and a sleek, modern projecting sign near the property’s entrance. The interior scope included all wayfinding, restroom, room and unit ID signs. The Ad Light Group team also created and applied dusted window vinyl in the front office and colorful brick wrap graphics for the amenity rooms to provide extra branding for the shared spaces. The sign package designed by Norris Design was fabricated and installed by Ad Light Group.
The Fremont Residences is located by the Anschutz Medical Campus to provide a luxury living experience for those who work on the campus or in the area. By collaborating with Weitz Construction and Tryba Architects, Ad Light Group was able to bring a sleek and thoughtful sign package to the building with both exterior branding and interior elements. Designed by Tryba Architects, the multiple residential entrances feature custom interior building ID signs named after flowering plants. The specific plants, including Cottonwood, Barberry, Phacelia and Yellowray were first classified by John Fremont during his mid-nineteenth century expeditions. The rest of the interior package was created with glass ADA signage, aluminum substrates and stainless-steel with various finishes.
The High Line Canal Trail is a 71 mile long continuous trail which spans across 11 governmental jurisdictions in Colorado. The pedestrian trail alongside the High Line Canal allows residents to enjoy nature in an otherwise urban environment. The recreational trail is also used by more than 500,000 people annually! ArtHouse Design strategically developed and designed the wayfinding program. Ad Light Group was contracted directly by the City of Aurora to build and install signage for the trail section running through Aurora, Colorado. The scope included fabricating and installing trail signs, street signs, and a wayfinding kiosk. The posts supporting the trail signage appear as wooden beams, but are actually powder coated square aluminum tubes. By using aluminum in place of wood, the signs are more durable, weather resistant, and will be able to be used and enjoyed for all future visitors and trail users.