For Physician’s Regional Medical Center, Signs by Crannie designed this series of lighted aluminum monument signs with routed copy backed with colored acrylic and digitally printed logo panel.
This medical monument sign was fabricated from aluminum and hand painted with a faux stone/marble finish, then fitted with fabricated polished gold titanium letters for a very upscale design.
Hurley Medical Center chose Signs by Crannie for their new color coded directional sign system, as well as their new emergency entrance identity.
Signs by Crannie fabricated and installed the individual letters and corporate logo on two sides of a marble facade.
Signs by Crannie designed this custom doctor’s office medical sign as part of a multi-tenant monument sign for our client who wanted to be noticed on a very busy corridor. The radius ends, accent pole cover and the use of a WatchFire time and temperature EMC helps get extra attention. Medical facilities across the country […]
This is one of a system of signs for St. Francis Hospital’s campus. They wanted a color coded system for each of the different areas. The several sizes of signs in the project included routed copy, push-thru copy, back lighting, wall wash lighting and reverse halo lighting on custom dimensional cube signs.
As part of its ongoing expansion into one of the largest health care groups in mid-Michigan, McLaren Regional Medical Center asked Signs by Crannie to update the monument signs around its Flint and Lapeer Campuses with the new corporate logo. These fabricated aluminum monument signs feature radius tops, multiple dimensions, and internal illumination.
The building owner was looking for a sign that would both uniquely identify the building and the multiple tenants. We created an aluminum monument sign with textured finish. To keep costs down, this sign is ground lit.