CENTURY LINK STADIUM
SCALING TALL STADIUMS
20 foot tall letters would really be something on a storefront. But they're right at home on the rooftop of the Seattle's Seahawks home. Our "tackling" expertise is for unique projects and site installations. Huge letters, yes. Painting the roof? Yep. Have you seen the new truck on the concourse? Yes, even that.
DESIGNED BY COMMUNICATION ARTS
SWING FOR THE FENCES
Our engineering and installation teams swung for the fences on this one. Everything about Seattle's iconic baseball park says 'vintage'; from the 20' tall letters with neon grids to the hanging 15' letters over the train tracks. We love to leave people wondering "how'd they do that?" Yes, we know...the garlic fries still steal the show.
San Francisco, CA
DESIGNED BY DND DESIGN (Debra Nichols Design)
MAKING A SPLASH
Neon is in our DNA. We love it and it shows. It brings AT&T Park to life too (or so says the sign's resident seal that pops up every time an animated baseball lands in the water for each Giants home run). Each of the 14 layers of animation called for a layer of neon. A challenge as big as the hits that light up the sign.
DESIGNED BY GBD ARCHTITECTS
PUT YOUR NAME ON IT
A delicate plum-colored rose and stylish 10' high letters on the surface. Some serious engineering underneath. We also transformed the interior wayfinding in this iconic naming rights project in Portland's Rose Quarter. Managed to keep the City planners happy too.
OHIO STATE STADIUM
DESIGNED BY AJP (Anthony James Partners)
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE "O"
According to legend, a buckeye brings good luck. Well, It's been our good fortune to continue our association with this legendary program. Our number was called to fabricate signage for the South end zone including the Ohio State "O" and create additional sponsor space.
VETERANS MEMORIAL COLISEUM
WE SHOOT. WE SCORE!
Portland's Veterans Memorial Coliseum is a cherished and vibrant city icon. TAG helped add a new reason to love it. The new LED video wall in the scoreboard gives fans and guests a dazzling view of whatever is happening, from wherever they're seated. Now if the players would just stop looking up...