• CMNH Fence Banners
    The bold banner system could not be missed!
  • The entire perimeter of the site was visible to vehicles and pedestrians.
    The entire perimeter of the site was visible to vehicles and pedestrians.
  • Resident animals, like Naba the raccoon and George the bald eagle, are favorites of the museum patrons.
    Resident animals, like Naba the raccoon and George the bald eagle, are favorites of the museum patrons.
  • The large animal graphics presented a fun photo opportunity for visitors. 

Tamarack, the horned owl, was used on stickers for the groundbreaking event.
    The large animal graphics presented a fun photo opportunity for visitors. Tamarack, the horned owl, was used on stickers for the groundbreaking event.
  • The fence has openings to allow patrons to peak at the site under construction.
    The fence has openings to allow patrons to peak at the site under construction.
  • Vinyl window graphics above the main entrance feature an architectural rendering of the future museum.
    Vinyl window graphics above the main entrance feature an architectural rendering of the future museum.

Client Quote: Tom Connors, Chief Marketing Officer, The Clevelad Museum of Natural History

Cleveland Museum of Natural
History Construction Fence

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History broke ground in June 2015 for an extensive transformation. Phase 1 included the creation of the new Perkins Wildlife Center & Woods Garden located outdoors and adjacent to the existing museum building.

Our firm was challenged with creating a construction fence surrounding the site.

We chose to pique visitors curiosity by showing the resident animals, habitats, and patrons with short messsages on a vinyl banner system covering 740 running feet of construction fence. It withstood the four seasons of northeast Ohio weather until the new Perkins opened in September 2016.

Client Quote: Tom Connors, Chief Marketing Officer, The Clevelad Museum of Natural History