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  • 1. UNLOCKING THE LEGEND SIGNAGE DESIGN GUIDELINESNEW YORK STATE CANAL SYSTEM MARCH 1999
  • 2. NEW YORK STATE CANAL SYSTEMSIGNAGE DESIGN GUIDELINESNew York State Canal Corporation New Y State Canals orkGeorge E. PatakiGovernorHoward SteinbergChairmanBoard of Directors:William Warren IIINancy CareyJohn R. PlattExecutive DirectorMatthew P. BehrmannDirectorCanal System Signage Committee :John DiMura - NYS Canal Corporation: Project ManagerJohn Cardillo - NYS Thruway AuthorityKaren Engelke - Mohawk Valley Heritage Corridor CommissionMarcia Kees - NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic PreservationLinda Pomeroy - NYS Canal CorporationPrepared by Christopher Chadbourne and Associates, Inc. DATE: March 1999 PAGE # One
  • 3. NEW YORK STATE CANAL SYSTEMSIGNAGE DESIGN GUIDELINES New Y State Canals orkTABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction 3Typefaces 4Colors 5Wayfinding Signs 6Wayside Exhibits / Kiosks 16Fabrication Drawings 25Contractor Requirements 31 DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Two
  • 4. NEW YORK STATE CANAL SYSTEMSIGNAGE DESIGN GUIDELINESINTRODUCTION New Y State Canals orkThe New York State Canal System is a resource of national significance. As atransportation and commerce corridor the Canal System was extremely impor-tant to the development of the United States. So great was the prosperity gener-ated by the Canal System in the mid-nineteenth century that New York becameknown as the "Empire State." Forgotten for a great deal of the twentieth centu-ry, the canals are once again the focus of national and statewide attention. Majorredevelopment efforts such as the Canal Revitalization Program and severalfederal initiatives promise to make the Canal System an economic engine forNew York State in the 21st centur y. Inquiries can be addressed to:As we strive to transform the Canal System into a world class recreation andtourist destination, it is critical that the design guidelines presented in this docu- The Director of Canalment be used systemwide. These guidelines will help establish a consistent and Operations NYS Canal Corporationhigh-quality visitor environment along the entire length of the Canal System. 200 Southern Blvd. Albany, NY 12209The signage design guidelines were developed for use on canal waterfront andtrail projects and in canal communities. Each of the many products and toolsprovided herein has a prescribed use and function. It is important to the successof this program to adhere to all specifications. Please do not change or modifythese specifications without prior written consent from the New York StateCanal Corporation. DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Three
  • 5. ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz NewY State Canals orkCheltenham BT Bold TASK: 3A TITLE:ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ TypefacesabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzAdobe Garamond Regular NOTES: Typefaces approved forABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ use. No substitute will be accepted.abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz Normal kerning unless specified otherwise.Adobe Garamond Italic National Symbols: They can be ordered @ Society for Environmental Graphic Design (SEGD) 401 F Street NW, Suite 333 Washington, D.C. 20001ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ Tel:(202)638-5555 Fax:(202)638-0891abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzAdobe Garamond Bold DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Four
  • 6. NewYork State Canals TASK:Pantone 281 C 3B TITLE: ColorsPantone 124 C NOTES: For NY colors, refer to State of New York Color Selector. Each sign in Task 3C & 3D are developed in color according to this schedule.Pantone 621 C DATE: March1999 PAGE # Five
  • 7. NewYork State Canals TASK: 3C TITLE: Outdoor Wayfinding Signage SCALE: First convention for woman’s rights ➔ Saratoga Battlefield Park 3/8”= 1’- 0” was held on this corner in 1848 Stillwater ➔ Saratoga Battlefield Park Standard height is 5’-0” above grade except when Erie Canal Lock 32 Lock -7 Canal Park Glens Falls Stillwater ➔ Saratoga Battlefield Park positioning on site Docking for over 48 hours BY PERMIT ONLY requires adherence to Violators will be <None> A.D.A.Typical Historical Marker Typical Site Identifier Typical Building Identifier Typical Regulatory Sign Typical Auto Wayfinding Typical Trail Marker DATE:page 7 page 8 page 9 page 10 page page 15 March 1999 PAGE # Six
  • 8. NewY State Canals ork TASK: 3C 13” Cheltenham BT Bold. TITLE: 144/196 points, centered Typical Historical Mar ker30” First convention for SCALE: 1 1/2”= 1’- 0” 13” women’s rights Cheltenham BT Bold. 216/240 points, centered NOTES: Sign is single sided, or double sided with support was held on this corner in frame behind. See page twelve for detail. 1848 Sign to be made of 1/8” aluminum or approved equal. For on-road use: Post is Unistrut painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow or powder coated 36” with matching yellow. For off-road use: Post is wood painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow. DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Seven
  • 9. NewY State Canals ork TASK: 13” 3C TITLE: Typical Site Identifier30” 13” Erie Canal SCALE: 1 1/2”= 1’- 0” NOTES: Sign is single sided, or Lock -7 Cheltenham BT Bold. 260/308 points, centered double sided with suppor t frame behind. See page twelve for detail. Sign to be made of 1/8” aluminum or approved equal. For on-road use: Post is Unistrut painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow or powder coated with matching yellow. 36” For off-road use: Post is wood painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow. DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Eight
  • 10. NewY State Canals ork 12” TASK: 3C TITLE: Typical Building28” Identifier 12” Lock 32 Cheltenham BT Bold. 240/284 points, centered SCALE: 1 1/2”= 1’- 0” Canal Park NOTES: Sign is single sided, or double sided with suppor t frame behind. See page twelve for detail. Sign to be made of 1/8” aluminum or approved equal. For on-road use: Post is Unistrut painted 30” with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow or powder coated with matching yellow. For off-road use: Post is wood painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow. DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Nine
  • 11. 18” NewY State Canals ork TASK: 3C 5 1/4” TITLE: Typical Regulatory Sign12” 5 1/4” Docking for over 48 hours Cheltenham BT Bold. 96/112 points, centered SCALE: 3”= 1’- 0” NOTES: Cheltenham BT Bold. BY PERMIT ONLY Capital letters Sign is single sided, or double sided with support 96/160 points, centered frame behind. See page twelve for detail. Violators will be prosecuted NYSCC Sign to be made of 1/8” aluminum or approved equal. For on-road use: Post is Unistrut painted Cheltenham BT Bold. with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome Cheltenham BT Bold. Capital letters yellow or powder coated 36/44 points 36/44 points with matching yellow. For off-road use: Post is wood painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow. DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Ten
  • 12. 36” 36” 36” NewY State Canals ork TASK: 3C TITLE: 28” Typical Directional52” ➔ Saratoga Battlefield Park 40” ➔ Battlefield Park Saratoga ➔ Saratoga Battlefield Park SCALE: 1”= 1’- 0” NOTES: Stillwater Stillwater Single message unit Sign is single sided, or double sided with suppor t frame behind. See page twelve for detail. Sign to be made of 1/8” aluminum or approved Glens Falls Double message unit equal. For on-road use: 4 1/2” Post is Unistrut painted ➔ with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow or powder coated with matching yellow. Triple message unit For off-road use: Post is wood painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow. DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Eleven
  • 13. 6” 36” 8”12” NewYork State Canals ➔ TASK:12” Saratoga 3C Battlefield Park 52” TITLE: Typical Directional12” Stillwater SCALE: NTS12” Glens Falls NOTES: Cheltenham BT Bold. 280/336 points Triple message unit DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Twelve
  • 14. 45” 45” 45” NewYork State Canals TASK: 3C TITLE: 40” Typical Highway Signage ➔ Saratoga ➔ Saratoga ➔ Saratoga 50”65” Battlefield Park Battlefield Park Battlefield Park SCALE: 3/4”= 1’- 0” NOTES: Stillwater Stillwater Single message unit Sign is single sided, or double sided with suppor t frame behind. See page twelve for detail. Sign to be made of 1/8” aluminum or approved Glens Falls Double message unit equal. For on-road use: Post is Unistrut painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow or powder coated with matching yellow. Triple message unit For off-road use: Post is wood painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow. DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Thirteen
  • 15. 5” 5” 45” 5 1/2” 10” NewY State Canals ork TASK:➔ 3C 15” TITLE: Typical Highway Signage 15” ➔ Battlefield Park Saratoga 65” SCALE: 3/4”= 1’- 0” NOTES: 15” Stillwater 15” Glens Falls Cheltenham BT Bold. 280/336 points Triple message unit DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Fourteen
  • 16. 6”1” Chamfer 5” 1” groove on all faces 2” NewY State Canals ork 2” TASK: 3C TITLE: Typical Trail Marker 18” SCALE: 1 1/2”= 1’- 0” NOTES: Sign is single sided, or double sided. 2” Sign to be made of 1/8” aluminium or approved 8” equal. For on road use: Post is an unistrut painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow or powder coated with matching yellow. 14” For off-road use: Post is wood painted with N.Y. 27 D.O.T. chrome yellow DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Fifteen
  • 17. NewYork State Canals TASK: 3D/4 TITLE: Interpretive Wayside and Kiosk SCALE: 3/4”= 1’- 0”Typical Dockside Orientation Typical Low Profile Wayside Exhibit Panel DATE:page 21 page 17 March 1999 PAGE # Sixteen
  • 18. 36” Gateway to the West NewY State Canals ork Prior to the Erie Canal, travelers going west from TASK: Waterford had one major obstacle in their way: 3D the 70-foot rock cliff of the Cohoes Falls. Beyond TITLE: that, the Mohawk River provided a water-level Typical Horizontal Wayside Exhibit route directly through the mountains that separat- ed the eastern seaboard from the heart of the American continent. SCALE: 3”= 1’- 0” The Champlain Canal side cut shown before construction24” of the Barge System. Large wooden barns alongside the side cut housed mules that were used to pull the canal boats along the waterway. Courtesy of Mr. James LeFabvre The Side Cut Locks In 1823 a side cut with three locks connected the Champlain Canal to the Hudson River for boats heading to the City of Troy. Other side cuts in upper A canal packet boat, captain poses with his family at Lock 18 in Cohoes. Courtesy of Canal Society of New York State and lower Watervliet provided access for boats that were not intending to stop in the busy waterfront harbor at Albany. The “Sixteens” The Barge Canal System In the 1800s, canal boats on the Erie Canal climbed New technology such as concrete lock chambers and mechan- The side cut was used until 1915 when the Barge Canal System was opened. Although they are no through 16 locks in the City of Cohoes to get above the ical lock doors made it possible to replace the “Sixteens” with longer used for navigation, the side cut locks still falls. Known as the Sixteens, these locks wer e only five locks when the New York State Barge Canal was stand today next to lock E-2. frequently the scene of arguments and accidents. realigned through Waterford, 1915. Navigation was so difficult that extra tenders were needed The “Waterford Flight” is the greatest series of lift locks in the to guide the boats into each lock chamber. Only the best world. Their combined lift of 169 feet is double that of the pilots could navigate all sixteen locks without a scratch. entire Panama Canal! The flight reduced On average it took 10 hours to pass through all the locks. the average time to bypass the Cohoes Falls to only two and one-half hours – without the dangers of the old “Sixteens.” DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Seventeen
  • 19. Subhead: Headline: Sidebar Headline: Adobe Garamond Bold Cheltenham BT Bold Adobe Garamond Bold NewYork State Canals 40/60 points 160/192 points 36/44 points TASK: 3D 36” TITLE: Typical Horizontal Interpretive Wayside 2 1/2” Grid SCALE: Captions: NTS Adobe Garamond24” NOTES: Regular and Italic Actual grid based on 18/22 points National Park Service grid, with some modifications. 3” 5/8” Subtitle: Main Text: Sidebar Text: 5/8” 3/8” 5 1/2” Adobe Garamond Bold Adobe Garamond Bold Adobe Garamond Bold 40/48 points 32/39 points 24/29 points DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Eighteen
  • 20. 36” Building a Nation NewY State Canals ork TASK: Although the original Erie Canal was only 40 The building of the Erie Canal was a feet wide and four feet deep it made travel sig- political, commercial and engineering 3D nificantly faster, safer and less expensive than revolution. By connecting the East TITLE: by land. By establishing a waterway connec- Coast and the Midwest the canal tion between the East Coast and the Midwest the canal transformed New York State and New transformed New York State and New York City and helped shape the Typical Vertical Wayside York City and helped shape the American American nation. Population flow Exhibit nation. from New England to Upstate New York and on to the Midwest increased steadily after completion of the canal. This cultural tie was important in binding the Midwest to the North and shaped the sectional divisions that cul - minated in the Civil War. SCALE: NTS48” The Erie Canal is arguably the best connection between the Mohawk Valley and the nation’s historical memory and popular culture. The original 1825 "Clinton’s Ditch" and later canal improvements propelled the national economy, and they trans- formed the landscape of the valley, fueling growth and spreading prosperity. DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Nineteen
  • 21. Headline: Cheltenham BT Bold 36” 160/192 points NewY State Canals ork TASK: 3” 3D 1 1/2” Subhead: Subtitle: TITLE: Adobe Garamond Bold Adobe Garamond Bold Typical Vertical 56/68 points 40/48 points Interpretive Wayside 3/8” Grid 3” Main Text: Adobe Garamond Bold SCALE: 36/44 points NTS48” NOTES: Actual grid based on Captions: National Park Service Grid, Adobe Garamond with some modifications. Regular and Italic 18/22 points Sidebar Text: Adobe Garamond Bold 48/60 points 1 1/2” 1” 5/8” 5 1/2” 3/8” Sidebar Headline: Adobe Garamond Bold 28/36 points DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Twenty
  • 22. 3’-0” NewY State Canals ork Unlock the legend TASK: The Canal Welcome to the New York State Canal System- one of the world’s premier inland waterways. The 524- mile Canal System includes the legendary Erie Canal and the Champlain, Oswego and Cayuga-Seneca 4 System canals. The waterways travel through New York’s heartland, gliding past lush farmland, famous battle - fields, charming canal towns and thriving wildlife preserves. Landlubbers can enjoy the canals on more than 200 miles of Canalway Trail and at numerous parks and picnic areas across the system. Along this historic corridor, pleasure boaters, paddlers, hikers and byciclists alike will delight in unlock - TITLE: ing the legend of New York’s canals. Dockside Orientation 2’-0” SCALE: As noted NOTES:6’-0” The New York State Canal System is operated and maintained by the New York State Canal Corporation, a subsidiary of the New York State Thruway Authority. For more information call 1-800-4-CANAL-4 or visit our website at: http//www.canals.State.ny.us The New York State Canal System is operated and maintained by the N ew York State Canal Corporation, a subsidiary of the New York State Thruway Authority. For more information call 1-800-4-CANAL-4 or visit our website at: http//www.canals.State.ny.us Scale: 1 1/2” =1’- 0” New York State Thruway Authority / Canal Corporation State of New York1998 George E. Pataki Howard E. Steinberg Governor Chairman DATE: Scale: 1” =1’- 0” March 1999 PAGE # Twenty-One
  • 23. 3’-0” NewYork State Canals Waterford A community built around water TASK: 4 TITLE: Welcome to Waterford, Eastern Gateway to the New York State Canal System. Dockside Orientation A community built around water Dutch fur traders settled here in the 1630s, where Mohican families once forded the Mohawk River below the Cohoes Falls. By the late 1700s, sea captains brought their sloops up the Welcome to Waterford, Eastern Gateway to the New Hudson River to trade at this flourishing port. The completion of the Champlain Canal in York State Canal System. 1823 linked Waterford merchants with Lake Champlain and Canadian commerce. By 1825 Dutch fur traders settled here in the 1630s, where Mohican families once forded the canal boats were able to travel westward along the Erie Canal, the Great Lakes and the interi - Mohawk River below the Cohoes Falls. By the late 1700s, sea captains brought their sloops or of America. up the Hudson River to trade at this flourishing port. The completion of the Champlain Canal in 1823 linked Waterford merchants with Lake Champlain and Canadian commerce. By 1825 canal boats were able to travel westward along the Erie Canal, the Great Lakes and the interior of America. 2’-0” The historic village center, only a few blocks from the Waterfront, reflected the wealth that river and canal trade brought to this area. Many local industries were canal-related, such as The historic village center, only a few blocks from the Waterfront, reflected the wealth that boat-building and barrel-making, but local workers also produced shirts, collars, long under - river and canal trade brought to this area. Many local industries were canal-related, such as boat-building and barrel-making, but local workers also produced shirts, collars, long under - wear, stoves and Button Fire Engines. SCALE: wear, stoves and Button Fire Engines. As noted6’-0” NOTES: i National Symbols: i They can be ordered @ Society for Environmental Graphic Design (SEGD) 401 F Street NW, Suite 333 Washington, D.C. 20001 Tel:(202)638-5555 Scale: 1 1/2” =1’- 0” Fax:(202)638-0891 Scale: 1” =1’- 0” DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Twenty-Two
  • 24. 3’-0” NewY State Canals ork TASK: A B C D E F G H I 1 A B C D E F G H I 4 TITLE: 1 2 Dockside Orientation 3 2 4 1’-6” 3 SCALE: Restaurants •Broad Street Cafe...........................F2 Antiques 233-0603 •Dunn Hardware.............................B4 235-5044 •Geno’s Pasta and Pizza..................C4 91 Broad Street •Waterford Village Antiques............G2 •Bechard’s Copy Center...................F2 42 Saratoga Avenue •Allison’s........................................G3 33 Saratoga Avenue 235-3563 57 Broad Street 108 Broad Street 238-1213 50 Broad Street 235-8930 • Sun Rise Restaurant.......................F3 64 Broad Street 237-4307 •Pizza Plus......................................F1 •McDonald’s ...................................A4 42 Saratoga Avenue 235-7231 Groceries / Delis •Stewart’s ........................................H1 235-2235 •Erin Marie’s Antiques....................G4 31 Saratoga Avenue 238-1213 •Deal’s Antiques..............................F3 •Nature’s way Taxidermy, Bait.........G2 51 Broad Street 237-8569 •Universal Office Products...............G3 43 Broad Street • Bob’s Sports World.........................F3 42 Saratoga Avenue 238-2308 • Waterford Clock............................. B4 152 Saratoga Avenue 233-7314 •Louise’s Hair Boutique..................G3 24 Broad Street 235-0583 Automotive, Mechanical As noted 282 Middletown Road 105 Hudson River Road 60 Broad Street 238-1315 235-6596 •Dave Fusco Autobody ....................H1 233-0481 235-7231 235-1672 Retail •Runway Fashions ...........................G3 75 Hudson River Road •Vinnie’s New York Pizzeria............G3 72 Broad Street 235-3715 •Colonial Deli Mart.........................F1 280 Middletown Road 233-1310 •Past Treasure’s...............................G2 47 Broad Street 233-0030 •Batto’s Wine & Liquor................... B4 35 Saratoga Avenue 237-6362 31 Broad Street •Maloney’s Flower shop...................G3 73 Broad Street 235-5386 •Warren Tire Co. ............................C4 75 Saratoga Avenue 4 NOTES: • Old Village Tavern.........................B5 •Paulie’s ConvenienceMart ..............F2 Miscellaneous Services • Red Rooster Country Shop............G3 237-4622 233-14806’-0” 41 Broad Street 12 Washington Avenue •Key Bank of Waterford...................F3 58 Broad Street • Bill’s Card Shaq.............................F2 •Kelt’s Automotive ..........................G1 237-9719 235-5472 74 Broad Street 237-2114 97 Broad Street 74 Hudson River Road •Don and Paul’s...............................F3 •Mr. B’s...........................................F2 237-0400 • Ursula of S witzerland Factor y S tor e.E 3 Hair care 237-3121 66-68 Broad Street •One Day Sign’s.............................. F2 • Lookin Good Hair Design..............C4 •B&J Auto Supply...........................C4 Map has grid for easy 66 Third Street 31 Mohawk Avenue 233-1040 238-2824 105 Broad Street 237-2580 29 Saratoga Avenue 27 Saratoga Avenue •Marce’s Tavern ..............................G3 •Grand Union Supermarket .............B4 237-5774 •Waterford Floor Covering...............G3 237-8670 237-7551 26 Broad Street 30 Saratoga Avenue •The Shipping Room....................... B4 54 Broad Street • Village Headliners.........................G3 •Sunoco...........................................F2 235-2750 237-4357 152 Saratoga Avenue 237-5392 33 Broad Street 110 Broad Street location of services. Scale: 1 1/2” =1’- 0” DATE: Scale: 1” =1’- 0” March 1999 PAGE # Twenty-Three
  • 25. NewY State Canals ork 34” TASK: 4 TITLE: Dockside Orientation / ”Services” panel Restaurants •McDonald’s...................................A4 •Erin Marie’s Antiques....................G4 •Universal Office Products...............G3 •Runway Fashions...........................G3 •Warren Tire Co.............................C4 42 Saratoga Avenue 31 Saratoga Avenue 43 Broad Street 31 Broad Street 75 Saratoga Avenue •Geno’s Pasta and Pizza..................C4 235-7231 238-1213 238-1315 233-1480 33 Saratoga Avenue •Maloney’s Flower shop...................G3 235-8930 Groceries / Delis •Deal’s Antiques..............................F3 Retail 73 Broad Street •Kelt’s Automotive..........................G1 60 Broad Street 237-4622 74 Hudson River Road •Sun Rise Restaurant.......................F3 •Stewart’s........................................H1 235-1672 •Batto’s Wine & Liquor...................B4 237-3121 64 Broad Street 105 Hudson River Road 35 Saratoga Avenue •Bill’s Card Shaq.............................F2 237-4307 235-7231 •Past Treasure’s...............................G2 237-6362 97 Broad Street •B&J Auto Supply...........................C4 47 Broad Street 27 Saratoga Avenue •Pizza Plus......................................F1 •Colonial Deli Mart.........................F1 233-0030 •Red Rooster Country Shop ............G3 Hair care 237-7551 282 Middletown Road 280 Middletown Road 58 Broad Street 233-0481 233-1310 Miscellaneous Services 237-2114 •Lookin Good Hair Design..............C4 •Sunoco...........................................F2 SCALE:8 1/2” •Vinnie’s New York Pizzeria............G3 •Paulie’s ConvenienceMart..............F2 •Key Bank of Waterford...................F3 •Ursula of Switzerland Factory Store.E3 29 Saratoga Avenue 237-8670 110 Broad Street 72 Broad Street 235-3715 12 Washington Avenue 235-5472 74 Broad Street 237-0400 31 Mohawk Avenue 237-2580 •Village Headliners.........................G3 •Mobil Oil and Car Wash................G2 75 Broad Street 3”= 1’- 0” 33 Broad Street •Old Village Tavern.........................B5 •Mr. B’s...........................................F2 •One Day Sign’s..............................F2 •Waterford Floor Covering ...............G3 235-5044 Accommodation 41 Broad Street 66 Third Street 105 Broad Street 54 Broad Street NOTES: 237-9719 238-2824 237-5774 237-5392 •Allison’s........................................G3 •Waterford Motel ............................H1 50 Broad Street 83 Hudson River Road •Don and Paul’s...............................F3 •Grand Union Supermarket.............B4 •The Shipping Room.......................B4 •Dunn Hardware.............................B4 233-7314 233-0291 66-68 Broad Street 233-1040 30 Saratoga Avenue 237-4357 152 Saratoga Avenue 233-0603 42 Saratoga Avenue 238-1213 •Louise’s Hair Boutique..................G3 Library 3/8” ”Folia” panel with •Marce’s Tavern..............................G3 24 Broad Street 26 Broad Street 235-2750 Antiques •Bechard’s Copy Center...................F2 108 Broad Street •Bob’s Sports World.........................F3 42 Saratoga Avenue 235-0583 •Waterford Public Librar y...............G1 117 Third Street list of services. •Waterford Village Antiques............G2 238-2308 Automotive, Mechanical 237-0891 •Broad Street Cafe...........................F2 57 Broad Street •Nature’s way Taxidermy, Bait.........G2 91 Broad Street 235-2235 51 Broad Street •Waterford Clock .............................B4 •Dave Fusco Autobody....................H1 235-3563 237-8569 152 Saratoga Avenue 75 Hudson River Road 235-6596 235-5386 DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Twenty-Four
  • 26. 5 7 8 7 26 - 26 - 26 - 26 3-0" Align 3-0" NewYork State Canals Align 2-10" 2-10" 1 1 5 - - TASK: C L 5 26 - 26 - 5 26 Aluminum panel w/ Aluminum panel w/ 3 color silkscreened graphics TITLE: 3 color silkscreened graphics Porcelain enamel panel C L C L Fabrication Document 2"X 6" stainless steel pole 2"X 6" stainless steel pole DRAWING NO: "Folia" panel 1, part 1 Porcelain enamel panel DRAWN BY: 4 4 3-0" - 4 SLW Dome head decorative rivets (3) SCALE: - 2 Silicone all joints w/ G.E. - 50% of noted scales 25 year clear silicone or Dome head decorative rivets (3) approved equal NOTES: 5 5 PLAN @ DOCKSIDE ORIENTATION 3 - 26 - 26 SCALE: 1"= 1- 0" 100% full set drawing is Aluminum panel w/ 3 color silkscreened graphics Aluminum panel w/ 3 color silkscreened graphics available in 24”X 36” 3 3 2 30 2 30 1/2" High Density Overlaid plywood or approved equal PLAN @ DOCKSIDE ORIENTATION ELEVATION @ DOCKSIDE ORIENTATION 2 3/8" "Folia" panel1 SCALE: 1"= 1- 0" SCALE: 1"= 1- 0" Silicone all joints w/ G.E. 25 1" year clear silicone or approved equal Cut substrate backer flush w/ stainless frame SECTION DETAIL @ "FOLIA" PANEL 4 HALF SIZE DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Twenty-Five
  • 27. 1" 7 TYP. 6 7/8" C 2"X 6" stainless steel pole L 2"X 4" Stainless steel pole 1/8" Aluminum graphic panel w/ 1/2" 1/4" return @top and bottom. Substrate: 1/4"High Density Back of graphic panel Overlaid plywood w/ construction adhesive and mechanically fastened on top and bottom before framing. Stainless steel frame Continuous 1/8" stainless steel bent plate secured to graphic panels 1/2" High Density Overlaid NewY State Canals ork plywood backer panel Stainless steel fasteners or approved equal as per Stainless steel fasteners screws @ 6" O.C. manufacturer written instructions TASK: screws @ 6" O.C. for "Folia" panel and porcelain enamel panel 5 Self tapping screws TITLE: @ 6" O.C. Silicone all joints w/ G.E. 25 year clear silicone or approved equal Fabrication Document ATION DRAWING NO: 1, par t2 C L DRAWN BY: 1/8" stainless steel bent plate 6 - SLW Self tapping screws @ 6" O.C. SCALE: Silicone all joints w G.E. 25 year clear silicone or approved equal 50% of noted scales sity Overlaid NOTES: proved equal TYP. POST-PANEL CONNECTION @ DOCKSIDE TYP. POST-PANEL CONNECTION @ DOCKSIDE 100% full set drawing5 6 HALF SIZE SCALE: 1 1/2"= 1- 0" Spanner head stainless steel is available in 24”X 36” fasteners w/ G.E. 25 e or NOTE: 1" cker flush Silicone all joints w G.E. 25 year Stainless steel fasteners @ 7/8" clear silicone or approved equal 6" O.C. (4) Stainless steel fasteners @ 12" O.C. 4 U shape stainless steel frame miter corners, grind smooth. 26 Julius Blum & Co. rolled channels "Folia" panel 8 1/2"x 34"x 7/8" (1-800-526-6293)or approved equal 1/2" High Density Overlaid plywood back panel. Simpson (360-427-4905) or approved equal 1/8" Aluminum graphic panel w/ 1/4" High Density Overlaid plywood 1/4" return @top and bottom. substrate Substrate: 1/4"High Density Overlaid plywood w/ construction 1/8" Aluminium graphic panel adhesive and mechanically Belsinger Sign works Inc. (410-837-2700)/ fastened on top and bottom porcelain enamel graphic panel before framing. Winsor Corporation (1-800-824-7506) DATE: 7 TYP. March 1999 SECTION DETAIL @ DOCKSIDE PANEL SECTION DETAIL @ DOCKSIDE PANEL 00)/ 8 PAGE # 7 HALF SIZE 1" HALF SIZE Twenty-Six
  • 28. 7 8 7 SIM 1 26 1 26 1 26 3-0" 3-0" Align Align 2-10" 2-10" 6 - 28 1-9" - 28 28 Aluminum panel w/ Aluminum panel w/ 3 color silkscreened graphics 3 color silkscreened graphics Porcelain enamel panel 2"X 6" stainless steel pole 2"X 6" stainless steel pole NewYork State Canals Porcelain enamel panel "Folia" panel TASK: 4 4 5 SIM SIM 1 26 1 26 TITLE: Dome head decorative rivets (3) Fabrication Document Silicone all joints w/ G.E. 25 year clear silicone or DRAWING NO: Dome head decorative rivets (3) approved equal 6 3, par t1 - 28 DRAWN BY: Aluminum panel w/ Aluminum panel w/ 3 color silkscreened graphics 3 color silkscreened graphics SLW SCALE: 50% of noted scales 3 3 NOTES: 2 2 30 30 6 100% full set drawing 28 CL is available in 24”X 36” 1 1 SIM SIM 1 26 1 26 ELEVATION @ DOCKSIDE ORIENTATION ELEVATION @ DOCKSIDE ORIENTATION 3 C L1 SCALE: 1"= 1- 0" 2 SCALE: 1"= 1- 0" 1 3 28 1 2 SIM 1 26 - 1 DATE: - PLAN @ DOCKSIDE 4 PANELS March 1999 PLAN @ DOCKSIDE 2 PANELS 5 PAGE # SCALE: 1"= 1- 0" 4 SCALE: 1"= 1- 0" Twenty-Seven
  • 29. 2"X 6" stainless steel pole 1" Stainless steel L shapests (3) Stainless steel fasteners screws @ 6" O.C.ics NewYork State Canals 1" TASK: 5 TITLE: Fabrication Document DRAWING NO: PLAN @ DOCKSIDE ORIENTATION 3 3, part 2 SCALE: 3"= 1- 0" DRAWN BY: 1 -0" SLW C 2"X 6" stainless steel pole L SCALE: 2"X 6" stainless steel pole 50% of noted scales NOTES: Back of graphic panel 100% full set drawing Stainless steel frame 1/8" continuous stainless steel bent plate secured to is available in 24”X 36” graphics Stainless steel fasteners screws @ 6" O.C. Stainless steel fasteners screws @ 6" O.C. Self tapping screws @ 6" O.C. 1/8" stainless steel bent C L plate secured to graphics Self tapping screws @ 6" O.C. 1-0" DATE: TYP. POST-PANEL CONNECTION @ DOCKSIDE 4 PANELS TYP. POST-PANEL CONNECTION @ DOCKSIDE 4 PANELS March 1999 6 7 HALF SIZE SCALE: 1 1/2"= 1- 0" PAGE # Twenty-Eight
  • 30. 3-0 1/2" 5 2-6" - 2x 3 porcelain enamel graphic panel NewYork State Canals Angles bolted to graphic panel, welded to leg TASK: 5 TITLE: Legs 2"x 6", stainless steel rectangular tube Fabrication Document 2 DRAWING NO: - 30 2, part 1 DRAWN BY: SLW Stainless steel rivets, both sides SCALE: Grade 50% of noted scales NOTES: 100% full set drawing is available in 24”X 36” ELEVATION FRONT & SIDE @ LOW PROFILE1 2" SCALE: 11/2"= 1- 0" 2"X 6" stainless steel leg 1/2" Porcelain enamel panel w/ 1 1/2" return @ all sides continuous sealant as per manufacturer 3/16" specifications Stainless steel rivets 3/4" High Density Overlaid plywood plywood or approved equal as per manufacturer written instructions 1/2"Stainless steel plate Stainless steel L frame 1/2"Stainless steel flange welded to plate Stainless steel fastening screws @ 6" O.C. Anchor bolts in concrete footing 1/2" Marine plywood or approved equal as per manufacturer written instructions 1 1/2" 18" Sono tube (3500 psi) DATE: 2" March 1999 PAGE # PLAN @ LOW PROFILE DETAIL SECTION @ LOW PROFILE 54 SCALE: 1 1/2"= 1- 0" FULL SCALE Twenty-Nine
  • 31. 4 4 29 - 29 - 6" 2" 10" 5 1/2" 2"X 6" stainless steel leg 1/2" 2"X 6" stainless steel leg NewYork State Canals c L 45 degree chamfer 45 degree chamfer TASK: Stainless steel rivets Stainless steel rivets 5 TITLE: 1/2" stainless steel Flange 1/2" stainless steel welded to plate Flange welded to plate Fabrication Document 1/2" stainless steel plate 1/2" stainless steel plate DRAWING NO: Spacers for squaring and Spacers for squaring and drainage drainage 2, part 2 DRAWN BY: Anchor bolts in concrete Anchor bolts in concrete footing footing SLW SCALE: 18" Sono tube (3500 psi) 18" Sono tube (3500 psi) 50% of noted scales NOTES: 100% full set drawing SIDE DETAIL FOOTING @ LOW PROFILE & DOCKSIDE ORIENTATION FRONT DETAIL FOOTING @ LOW PROFILE & DOCKSIDE ORIENTATION is available in 24”X 36” 2 3 SCALE: 1 1/2"= 1- 0" SCALE: 1 1/2"= 1- 0"DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONSAttachment of new signage (Logos, misc.wayfindings, etc...) to existing supports.Note:All hardware should be a stock item. Existing support Existing support Bracket (rectangular pole) Sign type:typ. identifiers Exisitng support and wayfindings. Bracket (round pole) Sign type:typ. logo, L brackets typ. trail identifier, etc... Sign type:typ. logo, typ. trail identifier, etc... Lock 32 6 PLAN @ ATTACHMENT OPTION A 1 1/2"= 1- 0" 7 PLAN @ ATTACHMENT OPTION B 1 1/2"= 1- 0" 8 PLAN @ ATTACHMENT OPTION C SCALE: 1 1/2"= 1- 0" Canal Park DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Thirty
  • 32. NEW YORK STATE CANAL SYSTEM SIGNAGE DESIGN GUIDELINESPART 1- CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS New Y State Canals ork1.1 General NotesContractor to provide sign fabrication according to these specifications unless otherwise indicated. Shop drawings and paint chips to match PMS color specifica-tions to be approved by Owner before commencing construction of signs. All surfaces including those that are painted, porcelain enameled, and silk-screened tobe satin finish. Artwork and typesetting to be provided by Sign Contractor unless otherwise noted; when the designer provides artwork it will be on Macintoshdisc in Adobe Illustrator 6.0 version unless otherwise noted.Paint finishing processes for EXTERIOR signs are as follows:1. Porcelain enamel2. Emron polyurethane enamel or equivalent with Nasdar screening inks or equivalent for lettering*The above processes listed are for satin finishes only.*Lettering can be fisketted and painted with the same enamel state or its equivalent.3.Powder coatings may be considered for Unistrut poles. Powder coat must match pms124.Acceptable Manufacturer: Tiger Drylac U.S.A., Inc. 1100 Commomns Blvd. Reading, PA 19605 (610)926-8148A. Drawings are diagrammatic, for the purposes of establishing appearance and design intent of the completed work. Contractor is responsible for methods andmaterials, scheduling, installation, and coordination with other contractors. Verify existing conditions and dimensions in field before starting fabrication.The New York State Canal Corporation retains full rights to all designs shown or specified. Designs may not be manufactured, reproduced, or exhibited withoutthe written permission of the Canal Corporation.C. Art/typesetting for signs shall be prepared by the Contractor unless otherwise specified and submitted to the Client via laser proof.D. No fabrication or installation material or procedure shall be used that will in any way change the visual quality or in any manner have an adverse effect onexisting materials and surfaces. The Contractor is responsible for the structural stability for all signs and mountings thereof. All damaged surfaces and materialsincurred shall be restored to the original condition and appearance by the Contractor.E. The Client shall be notified of any discrepancies in the drawings or graphics schedule, changes required in construction details, and/or field dimensions or spe-cial conditions.F. The Fabricator shall arrange a meeting with the Project Manager (Client) at the site for final location of sign elements.G. All exterior signage shall be weather tight in accordance with building standards.H. All mechanically fastened plaques and signs shall incorporate provisions for attachment and removal as required using no visible screws or fasteners except DATE:where noted on the drawings. Signs attached to masonry: Mechanical fasteners must be attached between bricks. March 1999 PAGE # Thirty-One
  • 33. NEW YORK STATE CANAL SYSTEM SIGNAGE DESIGN GUIDELINESI. All adhesives shall be used in accordance with recommendations made by the manufacturer of the material specified to be laminated or adhered. No adhesivesthat fade, discolor, or delaminate as a result of proximity to ultraviolet light source or heat shall be used. No adhesives shall change the color or deteriorate the New York State Canalsmaterials to which they are applied. The adhesives shall be of a non-staining, non-yellowing and waterproof quality, and all visible joints shall be free from airbubbles and other defects. All adhesives shall be approved prior to use.J. Details shown on the drawings shall be followed for exterior appearances. The Contractor may change interior constructions shown in these details to conformto shop practices (to be approved by Client).K. All materials shall be new stock, free from defects impairing strength, durability, and appearance.L. All fabrication and installation shall be in accordance with the highest standards of the trade. All signs and components shall be complete and free from visual,structural and mechanical defects.M. Source Materials: Inspect all source materials immediately upon arrival and notify the Client immediately if any source material is inadequate or unacceptablefor reproduction.N. The sign contractor is required to coordinate their work with the Engineer designing the footings for the various signs, poles, etc. indicated on the drawings todetermine appropriate methods of fabrication and attachment and stability for local weather conditions and windloads..1.2 SummaryA. Work includes fabrication and installation of the following:1. Aluminum signs2. Porcelain enamel signs3. Fabricated "Folia" sign4. Stainless Steel stanchions1.3 Quality AssuranceA. Contractor Experience: minimum 5 years fabricating and installing signage of similar scope and quality.B. Single source responsibility: for each type of sign required, obtain signs from a single manufacturer.1.4 SubmittalsA. Submit the following materials to client for approval prior to start of fabrication:1. Product Data: manufacturer’s printed product data indicating conformance with specifications.2. Shop drawings: indicate size of graphics and typography, location, fabrication details and installation method of each item. Indicate size and type of fasteners,and details of anchorage and connections. Provide four (4) complete sets of shop drawings to client for review and approval.3. Samples: provide samples of each type of material, finish, and color to client for approval prior to fabrication. DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Thirty-Two
  • 34. NEW YORK STATE CANAL SYSTEM SIGNAGE DESIGN GUIDELINES1.5 Delivery, Storage, and Handling New Y State Canals orkA. Deliver and store materials in packaging designed to prevent damage.B. Store materials in sheltered, secure areas, out of weather and protected from damage by other trades.C. Handle materials in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.1.6 WarrantyA. Provide manufacturer’s standard warranty covering manufacturing defects.PART 2 – PRODUCTS2.1 GraphicsA. Typefaces: conform to type specifications section of manual. Alternate type will not be accepted.B. Colors: Custom colors to match specified. Colors must be approved by client prior to fabrication.2.2 Aluminum SignsA. Materials1. Natural finish aluminum: manufacturer’s recommended aluminum alloy, finish as indicated on drawings.2. Painted aluminum manufacturer’s recommended aluminum alloy, acrylic enamel painted finish, custom colors as indicated.B. Fabrication1. Fabricate signs from aluminum extrusions, plate, and barstock as required.2. Joints: welded and ground smooth unless otherwise indicated.3. Fasteners: fully concealed unless otherwise indicated.4. Mounting: fully concealed pin mounting unless otherwise indicated.C. Acceptable Manufacturers1. Steelart - 75 Brainerd Rd. Boston, MA 02134, 800-322-28282. Lightforms – 125 Walnut St. Rochester, MI 48307, 810-651-7559 DATE: March 1999 PAGE # Thirty-Three
  • 35. NEW YORK STATE CANAL SYSTEM SIGNAGE DESIGN GUIDELINES2.3 Porcelain Enamel Signs New Y State Canals orkA. Materials1. Steel for baked enamel: ASTM AA424, type 1, tension leveled, specifically manufactured for porcelain enameling, 18 ga. Minimum, exterior grade. Pre-cleanand pre-treat to accept ground coat. Class: Acid resistant class A in accordance with Porcelain Enamel Institute "Test for weather resistance of ArchitecturalPorcelain Enamel."B. Fabrication1. Fabricated signs in accordance with Porcelain Enamel Institute specification PEI S-100.2. Provide sandwich panel with core of hard plastic honeycomb, face sheet of porcelain on steel, and backing sheet identical to panel face to balance sandwichconstruction. Laminate the panels under heat and pressure with exterior, waterproof, permanent adhesive.3. Ground Coat: Pre-Clean and pre-treat steel to accept ground coat of porcelain enamel. Apply ground coat to both sides of steel sheet at thickness of between0.004 and 0.020 inches. Fire at over 1500 degrees Fahrenheit.37Cover Coat: Apply cover coat to exposed face at thickness of between 0.004 and 0.020 inches. Fire at over 1500 degrees Fahrenheit.Graphic Coat: Provide graphic coats to match images and typography indicated and simultaneously provide and additional coating to be concealed to portions ofthe panel for additional corrosion protection. Fire at over 1500 degrees Fahrenheit.C. Tolerances1. Flatness: 0.2% of panel width and length, up to 0.1875"2. Size: +/- 0.075"3. Squareness: Maximum difference of 0.1875" in diagonal lengths.4. Edgespan construction: Radiused bends with no cracking or grain separation.5. Camber: 0.032" maximum.6. Visual appearance: no visual oil canning or apparent defect, as determined by Designer.D. Graphic Images1. Art preparation: prepare film positives and negatives from source material supplied by Designer using photographic or electronic techniques only. (No hand-cutscreens.)2. Art approvals: obtain approval of full-scale artwork prior to reproduction.3. Screening and applications: Screen signage and graphic art onto background colors at high resolution and without ragged edges. (Provide opaque, acid resistantscreen glasses, which are milled to a 400 mesh particle size. Provide screen mesh sizes of 250 to 305 mesh screen. DATE:4. Colors: Custom colors to match as specified. March 1999 PAGE # Thirty-Four