YESCO Adds Style to the Huntridge Center
Huntridge Center sign

YESCO Adds Style to the Huntridge Center with an Award-Winning New Sign

Las Vegas, Nevada−February 15, 2017−Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn C. Goodman recently recognized the new Huntridge Center sign as one of five exceptional projects as Mayor’s Urban Design Awards (MUDA) winners. Each winning project fosters the city’s commitment to livability, historic preservation and sustainability in four separate categories. The sign is another example of YESCO’s premium design and manufacturing expertise.
The Huntridge Center sign located at 1116 East Charleston Blvd was designed by YESCO’s Stephen Shortell and built for the Dapper Companies. It is the first winner in the Public Art Category. The sign evokes the character of signage present at the time of the neighborhood’s heyday and serves as an iconic landmark, signifying the active restoration of the neighborhood’s rich and influential history.
“This project was one of the most interesting collaborations that I have had the privilege to be a part of in my twelve-year career as a designer. It is a great honor to be recognized by Mayor Goodman and the City Council. I want to extend my gratitude to the people that helped me bring this design to fruition,” said Stephen Shortell. “This opportunity was made possible through the teamwork and dedication provided by my creative director, Mark Oatis, account executives Gary Bunker and Ed Stagner and, of course, all of the shop staff here at YESCO Las Vegas. With their combined effort, the YESCO team produced the award winning results that we are known for.”
Huntridge Center

Samantha, Sterling and Stephen Shortell (left image). Mayor’s Urban Design Award (MUDA) – Public Art Category (right image)