New Delta Center Signage

Delta Center Signage
YESCO installed new signage at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.

YESCO, the 103-year-old company known for creating, repairing, and maintaining internationally recognizable signs, recently completed the fabrication and installation of 10 new pieces of signage for Delta Center in Salt Lake City—home of the Utah Jazz NBA franchise and more than 320 days of sports and entertainment events each year.

As part of the new partnership between the Jazz and Delta Air Lines, which officially kicked off on July 1, guests can now view the airline’s nostalgic return to the iconic venue.

The project, encompassing more than 500 man-hours over a nine-week-long period, included the addition of 5,000 white LEDs inside the building’s 72 exterior letters and cabinets.

Delta Center Signage
Bird’s eye view of the install.

Made from aluminum material, the six exterior signs feature the Delta Air Lines colors painted on perforated vinyl. During the day, blue and red colors are visible, and at night, all letters illuminate white. The largest exterior letters are over six feet tall.

As part of the interior portion of this signage project at the Delta Center, YESCO fabricated and installed four seventeen-foot-long LED illuminated signs.

Prior to the Delta Center signage project, YESCO also partnered with the airline to provide signage for Delta at the Salt Lake City International Airport. YESCO has also previously collaborated with the Utah Jazz on a variety of sign projects over the years.

Delta Center Signage
During the day, blue and red colors are visible, and at night, all letters illuminate white.

“With Jazz games and world-class events held at this arena, the Delta Center signage will have the most TV and media coverage of any other signs in Utah, and YESCO is grateful to have been entrusted with manufacturing and installing the Delta Center rebranding project,” said Brian Brown, senior account executive at YESCO.

—Press Release