The name of the original Roanoke Courthouse was etched in stone above the entrance doors, clearly presenting a challenge when the name of the courthouse changed. The City did not want to remove the stone inlaid panels above the courthouse door.
Our sign design team came up with an approach that would allow the original stone to stay in place, yet enable installation of a new sign with the new courthouse name. Our fabrication team created an aluminum box with dimensional lettering attached with hidden hardware. Once this was fabricated our install team mounted the new signage over the etched stone. The new sign was installed on a weekend, upon request of the customer, complete with a camera crew on site for the unveiling.
Introducing … the Oliver Hill Justice Center … without removing any of the building structure! Learn more about the unveiling event here. (link will open in new window).
Location – Roanoke, VA
Materials Used – Aluminum Box, Dimensional Lettering