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Pigeon Point Visitor Center
PIGEON POINT LIGHT STATION
Pigeon Point Light Station, a National Register of Historic Place, reminds us when whalers and Gold Rush era clipper ships fought gales, stiff seas, jagged coastal rocks and fog. Whale Point was Pigeon Point's original name and was inspired by the migrating gray whales nearby.
The (1,200sf) interpretive center design concept had potential, but was severely over-budget. We value-engineered the specifications to reduce cost, refined the floor plan and the graphics panels. We rebuilt nautical border accents, produced print-ready mechanicals with hi-res images and original map art. We fabricated and installed the exhibit panels, reader rails, bases and museum cases and produced the banners, graphics, and a 4-selection foghorn audio system.