Hunt Design - National Park Service

Hunt Design (Pasadena, Calif.) recently assisted the National Park Service with a fast-track wayfinding system for the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, helping to reopen the two iconic attractions after last October’s Hurricane Sandy destroyed or damaged docks, ticketing facilities, footpaths, and other critical infrastructure. 

The firm was nearing the end of a two-year planning process for all-new signage at the two monuments and 20 other National Park sites in the New York area when the storm hit. Next, the Hunt team will focus a similar intense effort on the hard-hit Gateway National Recreation Area, with new wayfinding for 10 National Park sites in Staten Island, Jamaica Bay, and Sandy Hook, N.J.

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