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project date: 2013 | by peter reedijk | 1 related blog(s)

The Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is more than a lodge, it's a complex of hotels, restaurants, cafes, gift stores, and tour facilities. Part of the Holland America-Princess tours, this site is nestled at base of Mount McKinley at Denali National Park in the heart of Alaska's interior. Initially just a couple of buildings, the "lodge" is now a 35-building campus with over 600 rooms.

In 2010, Sea Reach was contracted to evaluate the facility for a wayfinding system. Recommendations included a complete overhaul of all existing signage. Everything from the main id signs to the individual room numbers. The site was wrought with inconsistent nomenclature, non-sequential numbering, and conflicting signage. This year, 2013, Sea Reach has redesigned all the signage to work in a logical fashion. The new wayfinding system will be in place for this tourist season. All the maps, room numbers, room directional, building ids, pedestrian directional and vehicular directionals are being updated. The Sea Reach team are also fabricating and installing the signage.



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