Exterior Wayfinding: Seminole State College
As part of an $85 million construction and renovation campaign, Seminole State College’s oldest and largest campus required new exterior wayfinding signage for the 280 acre campus. Twenty-eight outdoor directional signs are situated around the Lake Mary campus loop. The interchangeable and updateable signs, all aluminum-frame construction with reflective vinyl copy on a concrete base, help to minimize visitors’ natural confusion and help guide them from point A to point B. All features of the superstructure were water jet-cut for precise engineering.
Two 16mm LED full-color electronic message centers, measuring 15 feet tall and 10 feet wide, welcome visitors at the Lake Mary main entrances. The video display systems’ updateable advertising can be changed with a few computer clicks by the college’s personnel from anywhere in the world. Full-aluminum cabinets with two-inch thick decorative bars and clear protective vandal covers shield the LED screens and add ornate architectural features to the monument signs. The double-sided top cabinet is internally illuminated, and quarter-inch thick aluminum letters display the college’s name.
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