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Texas Tech University & Texas Tech Credit Union in Irving

June 6, 2018 | By | No Comments

We were asked by Texas Tech University to fabricate and install a total of four of these signs (2 sets each) for their new location in Irving, Tx.  To maintain their stringent logo requirements, this required us fabricating and installing the smallest channel lighted channel letters we’ve made thus far (around 4” in height).  We ran into an unseen horizontal I-beam spanning the middle of their sign band during installation that required us to change the installation plan.  We quickly created low profile wireways (painted to match the building), so that we could pre-wire these small letters and still position them properly to maintain the spacing required within their logo designs.  The internal structure of the wall presenting wiring work arounds and parking challenges requiring the use of installation on ladders for 2 of the sign sets, slowed down our efficiency during the installation; but we labored through, ultimately pleasing the client with the completed signage by their deadline for opening the store

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