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5,000 New Signs Unveiled at Seattle Seahawks Stadium

3,500 lbs. of old signage was recycled in extensive project.




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A wide-ranging project to replace all of the signage at Lumen Field, home of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks, to reflect the stadium’s new name has been completed, the Seahawks announced.

More than 5,000 stadium signs throughout the venue and along the skyline were replaced as part of a “complex and artistic process,” the team said.

The vendors carried out the project with an eye toward sustainability. According to the article:

  • Approximately 3,500 pounds of old signage was recycled either for reuse or when disposed.
  • New, large-scale 260-ft. by 600-ft. banners were installed on the north stairs of the stadium. They contain EcoFormat coating, which utilizes a proprietary titanium dioxide solution from Pureti Inc. that helps clean the air.
  • The interior letter set for “Welcome to Lumen Field” only required one new letter, the “M.” All of the other letters from the previous signage were reused.

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