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Projects » Ryerson University - Toronto, ON

Project Description

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.

Channel letter signs under construction
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One of the smaller Ryerson campus buildings Image
A channel letter sign box installed for Ryerson Image

For the main campus of Ryerson University, Sunset Neon fabricated very large building-identification fascia box signs with aluminum faces and lighted acrylic, LED push-through letters. The perimeter of these large boxes also had halo lighting all around for emphasis. Sunset Neon worked with the Ryerson construction manager to come up with cost-effective ways of fabricating the signs while keeping the integrity of the original logo design.

Installing the signs, some of them 15 stories high, was particularly demanding, especially in handling traffic issues and noise restriction by-laws. But these challenges are all in a day's work for Sunset Neon, and the project went very well.

In another Ryerson project, Sunset Neon supplied and installed reversed, channel dimensional letters for the Rogers School of Business downtown on the Eaton Centre exterior.

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