Red Deer SPCA
Scope of Work:
Signage for Exterior Main Monument and array of interior signage such as a donor wall, sponsor plaques and room identification signs.
Design & Planning,
Following a successful project with a like-minded organization, Royal Rubber Stamp & Sign Co. was awarded the contract to design, fabricate and install a custom signage package for the Red Deer & District SPCA.
Although Royal Rubber Stamp had previously developed a comprehensive signage package for another shelter – the Edmonton Humane Society – the vision for this project, coupled with the general “feel” at this facility, required an entirely different approach.
Following extensive consultations, site visits and prototype development, a tailored signage package was produced to reflect the needs of the Red Deer & District SPCA. This package easily integrates with the interior finish of the facility, is easily updatable and is extremely durable.
Royal Rubber Stamp created signage for the exterior main monument, the parking lot and an array of interior signage such as a donor wall, sponsor plaques, room identification, educational posters and name tags. Royal Rubber Stamp provides ongoing sign upkeep, which includes updating sponsor signage.
The Red Deer & District SPCA operated out of a used, 3,000-square-foot service trailer for more than three decades — at any given time, there were as many as 80 cats and 20 dogs crammed into the space. In March 2010, the Red Deer & District SPCA opened the doors to its 13,000-square-foot facility. This new building allows the organization to continue “building pawsitive futures” through caring for more than double the amount of animals each year and providing an enhanced teaching environment.