News

May 10th, 2016

Pantages Theatre Sign Restored

  On Friday, May 6th, 2016, Landale Signs completed the installation of the restored Pantages Theatre sign for the Edmonton Neon Museum, on the side of the Telus building on 104 Street and 104 Avenue. Using the original Pantages sign for reference, the double sided, shaped cabinet was hand crafted by Landale staff. The lettering […]

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May 10th, 2016

Form with Function

  Modern retailing sometimes offers unique design opportunities which combine form with function. As illustrated here, the circular raceway and face lit channel letters elegantly define the operating area for this freestanding Booster Juice kiosk. This project was fabricated in Landale’s Edmonton facility, then shipped to Sarnia Ontario for installation. Coordination with the client’s construction […]

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March 30th, 2016

Award Winning Vehicle Wrap

  Landale prides itself on producing creative visual solutions. Awarded ASA’s First Place for Vehicle Graphics in the 2015 competition, this design includes 3D renderings with all illustration elements generated “In House”, specifically for this project.

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March 28th, 2016

Best In Show

  Congratulations To La-Z-Boy Furniture Gallery Edmonton Landale Signs takes pride not only in the quality products we provide but just as importantly in the Partnerships that we create with our clients. With this in mind we would like to thank and  congratulate our partners at La-Z-Boy for choosing Landale Signs to provide them with […]

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March 28th, 2016

Stand Alone Wayfinding Systems

  Sherwood Park Alberta’s “Centre in the Park” stand alone illuminated wayfinding system incorporates formed lexan end caps with digitally printed translucent graphics applied to first surface. Backlit with Solar Powered LED’s, these pylons were installed on existing walkways without the need to trench power to them. Additional features include 1/4” clear acrylic panels with reversed […]

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March 28th, 2016

Going Green

  Strathcona County contracted Landale to manufacture and install new solar powered exterior signage for their services yard. Featuring routered aluminum faces with back lit dual tone graphics, these pylons are self powered, not requiring any external power hook up.

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November 14th, 2012

RONA Starts Up Signage Program

Landale Signs has been awarded the contract for switching over 18 Totem Outlets to the RONA brand in the Alberta market. Manufacturing is currently underway, with installations for all locations to be completed  in early 2013. This project involves illuminated channel letters, router cut aluminum letters and refurbishing pylon structures.

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October 26th, 2012

Slave Lake Project Completed

Slave Lake is currently rebuilding. Before the devastating fires of summer  2010, Landale was awarded the contract to supply and install a Major Signage Project for the city involving Two Message Centre Pylons, Three Illuminated Directional Pylons and Six Non Illuminated Way Finding Pylons.  This Project was completed this past summer once the City of […]

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October 26th, 2012

Booster Juice Prototypes New Kiosk

Booster Juice Customers at Edmonton International Airport and Sarnia were greeted by an innovative 17’ diameter circular kiosk display system manufactured and installed by Landale Signs. Featuring  Illuminated  channel  letters and logos mounted to rolled aluminum panels and support structure, these displays have proven to be effective and attractive  point of purchase identifiers. Tight time […]

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October 1st, 2012

Landale Wins Premiere Award for Vehicle Graphics

If you live in Alberta, you’ve probably seen one of these colourful Alberta Milk tankers on the road over the past few months. Landale’s efforts in providing clients with a quality product has been rewarded this year by the CONSAC Imagemakers 2012 Sign Competition. Securing the “Premiere Award for Vehicle Graphics” this year is a great […]

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