“This was an extensive project and had to be completed virtually overnight,” explained Elaine DeTulio, SIGNLite president. “As soon as the documents were signed completing the acquisition, the signage on the former Saint Raphael buildings had to be transitioned to Yale-New Haven signage to meet federal and state regulations.
“SIGNLite is fortunate to have both the relationship with Yale-New Haven Hospital to work with them on this project and the resources to make this happen in the brief timeframe we were allotted.”
The project included both internal and external building signage as well as free-standing kiosks throughout the hospital campus and at satellite locations in Branford and Hamden, CT. In less than two weeks, 200 additional sign faces were in place including the painting of all directional signs and rebranding of other signage on the campus.
SIGNLite, located in North Haven, CT., has been designing, fabricating and installing high-quality custom signage since 1966. A full-service corporation, SIGNLite specializes in planning, wayfinding and directional signage and creating environmental design packages that seamlessly integrate interior and exterior elements. For more information and examples of street and outdoor signage, custom wall and office signs, solar, LED, neon, vinyl, plastic, wood, metal creations and more, visit http://www.signlite.net.