As part of Mason General Hospital's transition to Mason Health, we worked with their team and other sub contractors to support the revamping of their brand identity. Our role in the effort primarily consisted of fabricating and installing the signage for their new 60,000 square foot facility known as the Mason Clinic, which was an addition to their already existing facility. We also supported in updating some of their existing signage with their new look "M" logo as well as creating and installing new directional signage throughout the grounds of the facility.
Our conversations with the Mason Health team started back in September of 2019 with a plan to complete everything for their February 2020 grand opening. Since a lot of the project required new construction, it was a bit of a waiting game for our team to get in there to install the new signage for the Clinic and update some of their existing signage on and around the grounds of the hospital. Once our window of opportunity to install opened, we were able to get everything fabricated, installed and looking great for their February 21st grand opening.
As with any project that corresponds with a grand opening, there are always pressures to make sure everything runs smoothly without any setbacks in order to adhere to the firm deadlines in place. Thankfully, through great teamwork and open channels of communication between all parties involved, our crew was able to handle the challenge with professional precision and meet the deadlines set. It's always exciting to be a part of business's growth and new vision. Supporting Mason Health as they take on the next chapter of their journey was an absolute pleasure and a privilege.
Here is a breakdown of all of the sign types included in this project:
Multiple sets of exterior wall mounted channel letters
Multiple lighted LED panel signs with routed push thru flush letters
New illuminated halo "M" logo to replace old logo on hospital
Multiple painted and non illuminated aluminum signs
New directional signage
All together, there were 10+ signs that needed to be addressed within the scope of this project. This included the directional signage around the new entrance and parking areas as well as all of the new signage for the Mason Clinic and the updated signage on the hospital. Here's a look at how the signs turned out: