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American / Interstate Signcrafters was awarded the total signage design build contract for the new
Nassau Coliseum by Forest City Ratner. The project scope, which would go on to be known as NYCB
Live, consisted of all interior, stadium, concession, exterior, wayfinding and roof signage.

The main entrance digital pylon is 31’ x 14’ and clad in custom fabricated decorative aluminum
extrusions on both sides of the main structure. There are 38 individual hexagonal extrusions
aggregated and arranged according to design intent.

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Brickell City Centre

According to Design:Retail, Brickell City Centre is the largest privately funded, mixed-use development in the United States. American Signcrafters is proud to have been the global signage provider for this outstanding and ambitious project.

Our fabrication and installation herein includes, but is not limited to: a high-rise hotel, high-rise offices (2), a multi-level parking garage, shopping mall, and residences. All interior and exterior wayfinding, building identification, ADA signage, etc., has been provided by American Signcrafters.

Designed by Pentagram Design, and contracted directly by Swire Properties, our task was to help bring initial design concepts to life and adhere to a tight budget. To do so, we value engineered each sign while maintaining design intent, as well as overall ‘look and feel’, as required by the designer and client.


NYC Beaches

As part of the restoration of New York City beaches following Super Storm Sandy, American Signcrafters fabricated and installed more than 621 signs at more than 23 distinct sites across three NYC boroughs.

Each of the sites included: all property research, recommendation books, day-to-day project management, permit procurement, landlord approvals, family of sign fabrications, installations and closeouts.

The new identification signs each feature a photograph taken at the exact spot where the sign is located, reminding residents and visitors that whatever Sandy took away, the beauty of the beaches remains.

The beaches restoration project was honored with a special award from the Public Design Commission of the City of New York. The signage system is now being expanded to area beaches managed by New York State.


Barclays Center (Interior)

The Barclays Center project consisted of over 2,300 different signs including channel letters, pylon signs, monument signs, wayfinding signs, vinyl, custom metal fabrication as well as roof top signage and all ADA handicap signage.

American Signcrafters was awarded and executed the fabrication and installation of custom-made font signage that works in an athletic context. For the signage inside the building, we used a newly developed powder-coated aluminum that is the color and finish of the iconic steel bands outside.

The finished program of interior and exterior signage and wayfinding not only helps attendees navigate the interior of the arena, but also directs commuters towards the various entrances of Atlantic Terminal, one of the largest transportation hubs in the city, with access to 11 subway lines and the Long Island Rail Road.


University Park (FAU)

Located less than half a mile from Florida Atlantic University, American Signcrafters was awarded and executed the wayfinding design-build contract for the 11-acre University Park project.

Charged with echoing the developers initial industrial-meets-modern preliminary concept,American Signcrafters designed, fabricated and installed custom monument, directional, UX, and wayfinding signs, as well as thousands of custom-made ADA signs.

Through its distinctive wayfinding and environmental signage program University Park offers a sense of community that makes it an attractive student housing option for FAU students.



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