creatively fabricated project and tenant
signage, to code required ADA signage, any
office project is enhanced by our high quality
work! Now making all tactile signage in house
in our Corona, CA factory!
development trends are making airport
interiors into the new upscale shopping
centers! Our trademark AcryLED(R)
Illuminated Graphics provide low profile LED
signage in locations from LAX to the World
Trade Center's Oculus Station opening this
|When the Historic Shrine
Auditorium in Los Angeles needed new
signage, way-finding and aisle lighting,
they turned to SixDegreesLA and Southwest
Sign Co. to design and execute all new
custom signage reflective of the classic
appearance of the venue, while improving the
Now engraving all
ADA tactile and braille signs
in-house in Corona, CA!
found our clients needed Tactile ADA
signage with the same fast service and
high quality they have come to expect from
us on all our other custom work. So we
setup a new engraving department which is
now turning our great code-compliant
Call us to schedule a visit to see us in
Halo Signage on a reflective
background? Can you avoid ugly LED spots?
YES! Now with the AcryLED(R)
Using our proprietary fabrication
method, we can build letters 3/4" deep with
a perfectly illuminated back that reflects
flawlessly off any glossy storefront surface
like this letter at Chanel at South Coast
ANOTHER PROBLEM SOLVED!
With our expansion into the airport
retail market and the office signage market,
our manufacturing capabilities continue to
grow! We always respond to the needs
of our clients, so when new products and
services are needed, we aggressively stay at
the cutting edge of technology, with in
house R&D on new products like our
original AcryLED(R) Illuminated
Graphics. Call us to discuss your next
project, and we look forward to being of
- Jack Fovell, founder and C.E.O.
| SOUTHWEST SIGN CO.
1852 Pomona Rd. Corona, CA 92882
2016 Fovell Enterprises, Inc.
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