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.
February 28, 2021
Monument, Non-illuminated, Wayfinding