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Charlotte Douglas International Airport (Project Spotlight)

Heritage Lends a Hand in Transforming the Charlotte Douglas International Airport

Heritage Signs & Displays created and installed new window graphics and other indoor signage for the Charlotte Douglas International Airport for their Destination CLT initiative. Representatives at Charlotte Douglas International Airport reached out to our talented sign installation team to complete the rebranding of their space. We have worked with the Charlotte Douglas International Airport in the past and we were blessed to work with such an outstanding client again.

Since 1936, the Charlotte Douglas International Airport has grown from a small, regional airport into one of the largest and busiest airports in the United States and the world. It proudly serves the people of Charlotte, NC with timely, efficient domestic and international air travel.
In 2015, the Charlotte Douglas International Airport started its Destination CLT initiative, which involved an overhaul of many parts of the airport’s interior and exterior to accommodate expansions that were taking place over the next few years. The initiative involved remodeling and updating the airport’s terminal lobby, the arrivals and check-in areas, public art in the airport, and the food and beverage areas.

A Large-Scale Remodel Inside and Out

Throughout the expansion plan, the Heritage team worked very closely with the Charlotte Douglas International Airport marketing team to ensure that the signage that we created was effective and visually appealing. The scope of the project would be large, given that the inside and the outside of the airport would need to be expanded. But our team consulted with Obregon closely during the whole process to make the redesign the best it could be.

Over the years, our team has produced and installed an abundance of signage all around the airport, including canvas prints, fabric frames, dimensional lettering, window wraps, and floor graphics.

The installation team used a myriad of materials to handle the scope of the airport remodeling in the interior and exterior of the space. For the redesigned parking garage, we used window perforated film to make the announcement of the revitalization pop while allowing people on the inside of the parking garage to see out of the windows. We used vinyl floor graphics for the COVID social distancing floor graphics and fleet graphics for the branded airport busses, which we have changed out periodically since then. We created mesh banners and temporary monument signage cover-ups. We also did custom-painted road signage leading into the parking deck.

A Transformed Charlotte Douglas International Airport and a Satisfied Client

The work that the Heritage team did for the Charlotte Douglas International Airport allowed for the Destination CLT initiative to come to fruition. The window perf of the parking garage, the revitalized lobby, and the outdoor signage positioned the brand most effectively. The marketing representatives in charge of Destination CLT were thrilled with the results.
But even more importantly, the work our team did for our amazing clients allowed for the legacy of the Charlotte Douglas International Airport to be celebrated in a way that did justice to the rich history of the airport and its decades of faithfully serving the Southeast. This wasn’t our first time working with the Charlotte Douglas International Airport and it wouldn’t be the last.

About Us

Heritage Signs & Displays is the leading sign shop in Charlotte, NC. Our talented team of commercial printing professionals specializes in trade show displays, custom signs, and commercial interior graphics that enhance spaces, promote brands, and captivates target customers. If your company seeks to create new, high-quality displays from the award-winning sign company in the Charlotte area, call our sign professionals at (704) 551-0700. Or if you want to Get a Quote for free, use our convenient form today!

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