Electra Sign has worked previously with to bring our top-quality pylon signage to the Sage Creek Village Centre, and we were more than happy to meet their needs again when they came to us with this new project. We worked with their designers and established a winning look that took the style set forth by our previous sign and advanced it, accenting our brilliant LED cabinets with exposed architectural elements and a gorgeous stonework base. And of course, no major pylon sign is complete without an award-winning Watchfire EMC.
With a strong design in place, it was up to our dedicated team of engineers and manufacturers to bring this project off the page and into reality. As always, they were up to the challenge and delivered true-to-concept results that will stand proud for years to come alongside the remarkable architecture already on display at Sage Creek Village Centre.
Last but certainly not least... After carefully transporting the new pylon sign to its new home, the Electra Sign install team ensures everything is just right on-site before being among the first to enjoy the sight of a new sign well done. They won't be the last though; the businesses in the Village Centre will be more visible than ever thanks to their new pylon. We hope you'll stop by and see for yourself.
If you're looking for a quick bite to eat, taking time for self-improvement, or just need some speedy & convenient service, the Village Centre has you covered no matter if you call Sage Creek home or if you're just passing through. For a full list of businesses, check out Sage Creek's website. And if you're considering a pylon sign for your own development, get in touch with one of our friendly account executives and find out today what a great sign can do for you.
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On May 1st in 1957, the Bridge Drive-In slid open their serving windows for the first time and created a FROZEN FRENZY in Winnipeg's Elm Park neighbourhood. In 1974, its namesake bridge (already a community landmark itself for over 60 years at that point) was closed to vehicular traffic, solidifying BDI as a scenic destination of choice for Winnipeggers to enjoy their favourite frozen treats for decades to come.
As you may already know, BDI's signature treat is the famous Goog, which is spun upside down before handing it off. This time-honoured test proves the Goog's delicious thickness, keeping the spoon straight and the taste buds thankful. And the quality doesn’t stop there! Justin and Jessica Jacob both continue to keep classic treat-making traditions alive and well throughout the menu, boasting more signature sundaes, the Creamiest Shake in Winnipeg, and 11 soft serve flavours of ice cream. But even though classic treats never go out of style, this family-owned business is always looking forward. They pulled out all the stops when they unveiled the GOOG TO GO truck in 2016, which gets around town in delicious style.
With their 60th Anniversary happening in the summer of 2017, Electra Sign was asked to update their original signage while blending some new creations in at the same time, including a custom-sculpted LED ice cream cone, and a red light strip pinpointing where to line up for a taste of tradition. Along with a refresh on the street sign, menu boards and awnings – its good to go for decades more!
Enjoy the summer and bring your friends and family down for some great tastes soon. The menu is large and the staff is ready to create some memories for you to enjoy!
766 Jubilee Ave.
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What began as an urban renewal project in 1960 has to this day remained the center of attention in Manitoba's arts & culture community. The Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation is the overseer of Centennial Concert Hall, Manitoba Museum, The Planetarium, and the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre (and more)! The MCCC stands proud among the finest of Canada’s cultural organizations.
On October 1, 1965, the shovels first hit the ground for a concept that would house incredible programs under the MCCC umbrella of performing arts. Three years later, Centennial Concert Hall opened its doors. Professionals from all over Canada worked together to create this landmark, $8 million, 253,014 square foot building; a venue that would go on to host some of the world's most talented performers in the following decades.
In 2007, Electra Sign was tasked with creating a sign structure that would complement the surrounding buildings, draw visual attention to the area, and further create awareness for the programs offered. Now, more than a decade later, our crew returned to Centennial Concert Hall to upgrade the sign's electronic messaging centre, replacing the previously installed 16mm model with the latest high-resolution 12mm model from Watchfire Signs. The difference in picture quality has to be seen to be believed, but ease-of-use received an upgrade as well! Less than a day after installation had concluded, Gerry McDougal (Manager, Marketing and I.T.) had the Concert Hall's messages brilliantly displayed for all of Winnipeg's passersby to see.
With amazing shows, exhibits, and more for the whole family to enjoy – visit Centennial Concert Hall and the entire Manitoba Centennial Centre and learn more about the many venues offered. Located in the heart of the city, access is simple via bus, bike, car, or take a walk and enjoy the upcoming celebrations of Canada’s 150th birthday along the way!
Centennial Concert Hall
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