We’ve built beautiful and unique monument, pylon, and wayfinding signs for a wide array of businesses and organizations. In-house fabrication and design assists the concept process, and our experienced staff will assess the topography, placement options and code specifications when providing you with estimates and recommendations.
We also produce building signs and wayfinding solutions for commercial business properties and industrial parks. The staff at Evergreen is fully permitted and well-versed in compliance codes for all major neighboring cities in the Pacific Northwest.
Evergreen also provides professional installation and maintenance as part of your initial and ongoing needs. Contact us with your ideas or to schedule an appointment today.
Tahoma Clinic monument signs features brick and custom panel work for maximum visibility to identify three different business needs.
Saybrook features custom woodwork and visibility to maximize way finding.
Evergreen created a formed concrete monument sign with halo lit aluminum letters and Onami textured/tempered glass panels for our client at Corporate Campus East.
Harbour Pointe features a simple monument shape and stone work with inlaid panel that still stands out with colorful landscaping.
The Aldarra Corporate Park received three entry monument signs as part of their most recent refurbishment project.
King County’s Brightwater facility required a clean, clear monument sign to be erected on the side of a hill. Surveying your surroundings is the best way to approach signage concepts.
Custom concrete work and inset letters for the City of Sequim Civic Center.
Faith Church in Kent requested a customized metal sign for their facility.
The Barn at Trinity Tree Farm featured punched out lettering and arrow.