Lemberg's Sign & Lighting team offers turnkey solutions for all your sign and lighting needs including channel lettering, monument signs, high-rise, wayfinding, interior and exterior, lit and unlit signs.
When Komatsu acquired Joy Global and decided that their company headquarters should continue to be located in Milwaukee off National Avenue and Miller Park Way, new brand signage was required. Lemberg installed monument signage and lettering that measured 30 feet in height. Read more about this acquisition project.
Teamsters Local 344 teamed up with Lemberg to take advantage of their location on one of the busiest intersections in the region through brand signage and electronic messaging. Read how the unique building design created a backdrop for a new sign.
The Wauwatosa School District relied upon Lemberg's sign and lighting team to create and install new signage across the district, many with electronic message centers, to provide a more cohesive look and a new communication tool. Read more about this sign and EMC project.
Marquette University worked with Lemberg's sign and lighting division experts to revive the signage on the Straz Tower. The result was a brighter and more visible university presence facing the busy Marquette Interchange. Read about this successful LED replacement project.
When facility management at the Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee realized their brand signage was growing dim, they turned to Lemberg sign and lighting experts for a solution. Learn about the retrofitting and refacing of the existing channel letters that increased visibility and savings for the facility.
As part of the implementation of their new brand, officials at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin opted to add LED lit channel letters on two elevations of the Froedtert Hospital North Tower. Lemberg's experts custom fit the new lighted logo box to the curve of the building. Learn more about the challenges presented by the curve.
The Pettit Ice Center, an official Olympic training facility just outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, needed to meet new Olympic branding requirements. By installing an electronic message center (EMC) above the main entrance, they met those requirements and solved publicity challenges. The EMC is now used to advertise events and classes as well as publicize its Olympic qualifications. Read more about the EMC answer to an Olympic sized challenge.
BMO Harris Bradley Center presented Lemberg Sign and Lighting with a vision for the new entry to the Bradley Center Club. Architects envisioned a band of branded lighting around the entrance of the club. The vision presented design challenges for the design team that they met with flying colors. See how Lemberg Sign and Lighting met the challenge.
By changing out the old lighting source from neon to LED, the letters of the Ernst & Young illuminated sign were brightened and now more visible to passerby traffic. Additionally, the cost to update the sign was minimal considering what the cost would have been to replace it entirely. Maintenance costs were reduced to zero dollars and Ernst & Young will see a return on their investment in less than 4 years. Read more about the Ernst & Young project.
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