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June '18

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32 • June 2018 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S Residential Complex Monument Robin Scott of Option Signs & Environmental Graphics in Alpharetta, Georgia, shared with us this monument sign that they created for Pollack Shores Real Estate Group. "This monument was designed and fabricated for a multi- family residential complex in Alpharetta," Scott says. "The goal for this monument was to create an easily recognizable sign with a rather small footprint, thus the design was kept clean and simple using the unique materials of IPE wood and brushed stainless steel. Both materials have clean, hard lines while incorporating natural materials, resulting in a beautiful monument. From design to final installation the sign took about seven weeks for completion, with no real challenges. For installation we had to make use of a Lull crane to lift the sign onto its base." The sign frame center post is 4˝ x 4˝ x 1/4˝ aluminum post 104˝ tall, recessed into concrete footer. The cabinet frame is: 1˝ x 1˝ aluminum angle frame. The base is concrete footer 38˝ deep with a brick stonework base, 24˝ tall. The final dimension of the sign is 72˝ H x 83˝ W x 17˝ D. Sign Projects CONTINUED SDG

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