Signgeek was given the opportunity to welcome a new company to the area by christening their new office with dimensional lettering for their corporate identity and logo. Offshore Inland, a “premium service” contractor providing services for offshore oil/gas drilling and marine industries, just recently announced its decision to relocated its headquarters to the Port of Pensacola. When the company realized it had outgrown its 5 acre lot, they weighed out which areas would result in their continued growth. Thankfully, Offshore chose Pensacola for their new home. Not only will this move benefit their growth, it will provide over 100 jobs to our area and ultimately boost our local economy.
When Offshore Inland needed to dress up their new office, Signgeek was glad to do the job. For the front entrance into the office, Offshore wanted to add dimensional lettering. The letters and logo are made by gluing C-bond on top of PVC then manufactured with our CNC router. We do a lot of dimensional lettering, but this job was a bit more tricky than usual. Above the entrance door there were noticeable holes from the previous tenants’ identity sign that could not be covered by the dimensional letters we were trying to install.
Luckily for Offshore Inland, SignGeek has a talented group of people capable of creative solutions. To mask the holes, one of our designers created a panel that was designed and printed to look just like the wood of the surrounding door and frame. Just take a look at the picture above – the faux wood grain matches so perfectly!
Inside the office, we also installed dimensional lettering in the lobby. We used the same CNC routing method as the front entrance door to create a 3-dimensional look and architectural design.
To help Offshore Inland customers find the office, we also made an interior wayfinding sign that was installed by the elevator downstairs. To make the sign, we printed the logo and directory information on PVC that was sealed with a clear coat for a shiny appearance and doubles as protection. We added a second layer of black PVC to the back in order to create a little dimension.
Now that we have suited their office with all of the necessary branding needs, it is time to open for business. Welcome to the neighborhood, Offshore Inland!