Long Beach Airport
Daugherty Field (KLGB)
Long Beach, CA
Check out the following LBTV news report showcasing our iconic installation!
Airport Terminal Monument Sign & Channel Letters
Situated halfway between both Orange and Los Angeles Counties, it is the 10th busiest airport in California based on passenger boardings at 1.4 million people. Original murals and mosaics from the 1940’s can still be seen in the original terminal.
To create a “wing-like” structure defining the airport’s main entrance. From simple drawings on a napkin ASI designed, fabricated, and install the 40’ long by 10’ high wing. It boasts over 7000 rivet-like screws along its aluminum body, highlighted with reverse illuminated channel letters and LED accent lighting.
The sign recognizes the airport’s rich aviation history and was inspired by the DC-3 aircraft. The new sign replaced the existing concrete sign which stood at the entrance to the Long Beach Airport for 30 years.
Two 10’ freestanding letters A and B were also created as part of the airport’s wayfinding program. They identify the two parking structures and are illuminated with changeable RGB LED lighting.