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NY Signshop Tapped for Project at Syracuse University’s Sports Arena

Channel letters and a 61-ft. digitally printed scrim were installed as part of the arena’s rebranding.




A 61 ft. digitally printed scrim hangs across a suspended scoreboard inside the JMA Dome. Courtesy of ID Signsystems.

Syracuse University’s on-campus sports arena has new signage for its new name.

Formerly the Carrier Dome, the stadium was renamed the JMA Dome in an agreement with JMA Wireless, headquartered in Syracuse, NY.

Now the stadium is sporting new branded signage to reflect the name change, a project completed by ID Signsystems (Rochester, NY).

  • Anchored on the stadium’s west wall are aluminum channel letters spelling “JMA DOME” that span 12 ft. by 19 ft.
  • Mounted atop each side of the four-sided hanging scoreboard are matching JMA Dome logos, each measuring over 13 ft.
  • Suspended across the scoreboard’s base is a digitally printed scrim measuring 61 sq. ft. and featuring a 10-ft. printed JMA logo at each corner. The fabric is mounted to the framework using a specially engineered tensioning system.

Lightweight aluminum channel letters spelling the dome’s name are mounted above stadium seating. Courtesy of ID Signsystems.

Syracuse University selected ID Signsystems for the project because of the shop’s track record of completing large-scale sign projects on short timelines, the company said in a release. For the JMA Dome project, IDS was contracted in July 2022 with an Oct. 5 completion date.

“The JMA Dome project demonstrates our ability to produce a technically complicated project in a very short period of time in a complex installation environment. … The final installation was conducted through nights and weekends to ensure we met and exceeded our client’s due date and quality expectations,” said Paul Dudley, president of ID Signsystems.




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