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Wayfinding systems for government and public facilities

Many government and public facilities need extensive wayfinding systems, building signs, message centers, and very challenging identification projects. With government organizations, museums, sports complexes, colleges, and corporate campuses all coming to Sunset Neon for wayfinding systems and signage, their experts have developed a great deal of expertise in large identification projects. Especially for wayfinding systems, Sunset Neon coordinates with the client's designers to create systems that are accurate, attractive, and perfectly suited to the environmental conditions. 

Some of Sunset Neon's more demanding and fulfilling public projects include: attractive fascia signs and halo-lit channel letters for Bell Lightbox, home of the Toronto International Film Festival, and Sheridan College exterior branding and wayfinding upgrades at their Mississauga, Brampton, and Oakville campuses.  

For more government and public projects, see Art Gallery of Hamilton, Bell Lightbox, Niagara College, Quinte Sports Complex, Ryerson University, and Sheridan College.

Projects for Regional/Government Projects
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At the Art Gallery of Hamilton in the heart of downtown Hamilton, Ontario, you'll find top-quality wayfinding signs and a donor wall that recognizes the Gallery's supporters.

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Brilliant signage for Bell Lightbox, home of the Toronto International Film Festival.

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Sunset Neon upgraded the identification and wayfinding signs at the Niagara College campuses in Niagara-on-the-Lake and Welland, Ontario.

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Sunset Neon signage helps bring in third-party income at Quinte Sports Complex in Belleville, Ontario.

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Striking building identification for the main Ryerson University campus in Toronto, Ontario, and channel-letter signs for Ryerson's Rogers School of Business on downtown Toronto's Eaton Centre.

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Mobilicity - Danforth Ave., Toronto ON

Mobilicity - Danforth Ave., Toronto ON

Client: Mobilicity

A brilliant fascia box enhances the corner location of Mobilicity's Danforth Street store in Toronto, Ontario.