Opus Construction Digital Signage: 1400 Wewatta at Cherry Creek
Located in one of Downtown Denver's premier neighborhoods, the 1400 Wewatta St. building is a nine-story, 210,000 sq. ft. condo/retail development project completed in December of 2008. Undertaken by Opus Construction, the company approached Four Winds Interactive (FWi) to develop the building's unique signage system. We are proud not only to partner with this company, a leader in the sustainable development industry, but also to serve the tenants and visitors of this exciting new Denver location.
The 1400 Wewatta Digital Signage System
The Opus Construction digital signage was designed to meet the company's desire to implement a system that would serve as a building directory and wayfinding solution for residents and visitors both in residential and retail spaces. Residents, consumers, and businesses all thrive with this innovative visual communication system: With the typical size of a residential/retail complex, the 1400 Wewatta St. building uses large-format interactive screens displaying navigational assistance and building information. These 1400 Wewatta digital signs are a useful tool to help people avoid getting lost or confused. At the same time, ads promoting the retail establishments drive traffic and ultimately boost sales.
Utilizing FWi's built-in pathfinding functionality, the building maps on the signs draw walking paths from one point to another to assist users in their navigation efforts. Interestingly, the building has a unique shape so it benefits from the intuitive nature of the digital sign software and its ability to take into account multiple levels, wall locations, and other navigational obstacles. The Opus Construction digital signage solution also takes advantage of FWi's built-in Microsoft Virtual Earth functionality, offering a live map of the surrounding area and its attractions.
Other Colorado and Cherry Creek Digital Signage Projects by FWi
Headquartered in Denver, CO, it's no surprise that FWi has completed a good share of local Denver and Colorado digital sign projects. In fact, just a few blocks down from 1400 Wewatta St. is the Colorado Convention Center where FWi implemented a digital sign solution for both single and dual-screen display configurations. We have also completed signage projects for the University of Colorado Law School and the Wildwood Casino in Cripple Creek.
FWi Interactive and Building Signage
It's no surprise that many modern housing and construction projects are now choosing to implement a digital signage system as part of the original design of the building's interior. But real estate developers shouldn't install a digital sign for the sake of the technology itself. As FWi President David Levin says, "Too many people in the industry have thrown up digital signs and put content on there that didn't really make a difference." With this in mind, there are still a seemingly endless number of signage applications. The point is to find a dedicated company, like Four Winds Interactive, that will work with you to make sure you're implementing a system that will show a return on the investment. Along with our industry-leading software, our team of experienced project managers, signage architects, content developers, installers, and technical support will do just that.
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