HCA Woodmont

Baron Sign Manufacturing’s involvement in this project underscores our reputation as pioneers in the signage industry. With over 35 years of experience and an ever portfolio of successful installations, Baron Sign Manufacturing brings a blend of creativity, precision, and technical prowess to every project. Our collaboration with HCA Healthcare for the Woodmont monument sign exemplifies our ability to execute high-quality large-scale monument projects on time. 

HCA Dual Monument Project Summary:

Installation of two custom-fabricated sign cabinets with face-illuminated channel letters for HCA Woodmont. 

Emergency Monument Sign: Dimensions 12’x4.5’x4.25′ with a concrete footer volume of 7 yards.

HCA Monument Sign: Dimensions 65’x6.75’x4.5′  with a concrete footer volume of 20 yards.

HCA Monument Project Completion Path:

  1. Design and Planning: Our skilled sign design team created a detailed design that included all dimensions, materials, colors, and specifications for the monument sign.
  2. Fabrication of Frame and Panels: The aluminum angle was cut, welded, and assembled to form the frame of the monument sign according to the design specifications. Aluminum sheeting was then cut to size on our state-of-the-art CNC router and attached to the frame to create the sign panels.
  3. Painting and Finishing: The aluminum components were prepped primed and painted with a Brushed Aluminum finish, ensuring an even application and durable coating. This step involves multiple coats and proper curing to achieve our standard of desired finish.
  4. Channel Letter Fabrication: The HCA Healthcare logo was fabricated into channel letters using aluminum, acrylic, and vinyl. These letters were carefully crafted to match the design specifications and ensure uniformity in illumination.
  5. Electrical Wiring and Installation: Principal LED lights are installed within the channel letters to provide illumination. Wiring is carefully concealed within the sign structure to ensure a clean and professional appearance. Electrical components are tested to ensure proper functionality and safety.
  6. Assembly and Installation: Once all components were fabricated and prepared, the final assembly of the HCA monument was completed on site. The sign was hoisted section by section onto the poured concrete footer. The assembly was completed once the final electrical connection was made.
  7. Testing and Quality Assurance: Before finalizing the installation, the entire sign system underwent rigorous testing to ensure proper functionality.
  8. Final Inspection and Approval: Once testing was complete, a final inspection was conducted to verify that the sign meets all design specifications and regulatory requirements.