University of Alberta
Scope of Work:
The vast scope of work has included donor walls, recognition walls, plaques, directional and wayfinding signage, window frosting film and complete interior and exterior signage packages.
Design & Planning,
Royal Rubber Stamp & Sign Co. has been the trusted signage partner of the University of Alberta for more than 15 years. From the onset of the partnership, Royal Rubber Stamp has met and exceeded the expectations of the institution, which requires timely installation of high-quality signage constructed to endure an increasingly dense campus population.
Each project on the University of Alberta campus is unique, as buildings range from historical, century-old structures contrasted by modern, technologically-advanced facilities. Royal Rubber Stamp’s creative team prides itself on providing aesthetically pleasing, functional and durable signage that works with varying budgets and timelines.
The vast scope of work completed for the University of Alberta includes donor walls, recognition walls, plaques, three-dimensional lettering and logos, branding, directional and wayfinding signage, room identification, directories, window frosting film and complete interior and exterior sign packages.
Royal Rubber Stamp has played an integral part of several high-profile and time-sensitive projects with the university including media events, award ceremonies, donor recognition events and grand openings. Royal Rubber Stamp is proud to have been awarded the Preferred Supplier Agreement by the University of Alberta and looks forward to meeting all of its signage needs into the future.
The University of Alberta was founded in 1908 by Premier Alexander Cameron Rutherford and Dr. Henry Marshall Tory. In the first year, the total enrollment at the institution was 45 students, which has blossomed to more than 39,000 presently. The University of Alberta is ranked one of the world’s leading public research and teaching-intensive universities, which has gained international recognition for discoveries in health and medicine, energy, environment, agriculture and bioresources.