Custom signage and graphics allow you to add branding and logos to any area of a facility. Whether your school or organization has just undergone a re-branding effort or your facility may be in need of a face-lift, custom signage can be a budget-friendly option with less hassle and a shorter timeline than a major construction project.
Weight rooms and strength and conditioning areas in athletic facilities are a space that presents many opportunities for signage and branding that can improve the look of your facility while also motivating current student-athletes and impressing potential recruits.
Dartmouth College used a combination of custom wall murals and cloth banners to brand their new strength and conditioning center for their varsity student-athletes. Wall murals were designed to fit the support columns running along each side of the main room featuring Dartmouth branding and displaying the traits and characteristics of the hard work that their programs strive to achieve. The overall look and feel of the room was completed with a cloth banner at the far end of the room.
When completing construction on their new stadium, Southern New Hampshire University wanted to inspire their student-athletes before they even entered the new strength and conditioning area. SNHU decided to use full door wraps to turn a blank exterior door into a source of pride and motivation.
Saint Michael’s College chose to use a custom-sized hardware system with vinyl banners for their varsity weight room. The Banner Grip Frames are installed permanently into the wall with the banners installed via a covered clamp system that pulls them taut. This system allows Saint Michael’s the ability to change out the banners as needed when they want to update the design or messaging.
Decals are a quick, easy, and affordable way to add branding, color, and logos to your weight room. Custom sized to any specifications you require, decals can go a long way to giving your weight room an upgrade. UMass Lowell used custom cut decals of their Riverhawks logo on their weight lifting platforms which allowed them to add branding to an area that would have otherwise remained blank.
Window graphics are another option that can go a long way in a weight room. In one of their other facilities, Southern New Hampshire University used frosted window graphics to add a layer of privacy between their general fitness center and the hallway while adding school branding in the process.
Merrimack College also chose to use frosted window graphics in their weight room. They decided to use subtle logo cutouts on the windows between the weight room and their strength and conditioning office for a classic etched glass look without the high price tag.
Interested in seeing what custom signage options could work in your weight room or strength and conditioning facility? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to discuss the best options for your facility.