In 2019, the Township of Plainsboro, New Jersey, celebrated 100 years of pride and progress. This momentous milestone involved a year-long series of events to engage the community through monthly activities, photo contests, historical timelines, testimonials, and more.
One of these events was the Centennial Founder’s Day Celebration, held in May 2019. The event included the grand re-opening of the historic Wicoff House Museum, an 1870s farmhouse that was the home of one of the township’s founders. To celebrate this grand re-opening, Plainsboro Township knew they needed something memorable to honor the events and people which make up its history.
The Township of Plainsboro worked with Hunter Research, Inc. to research and develop Plainsboro’s Centennial Timeline. Together, Hunter Research and Pannier created a five-panel, historical sign that would serve as an introduction to the Wicoff House Museum to educate visitors on the township’s 100 year history and celebrate their accomplishments.
“We had worked previously with Pannier on outdoor signs, but this was a unique opportunity to develop an indoor exhibit in the format of a five-panel timeline. Timelines present many design challenges, which were successfully negotiated with Pannier’s help.”
— Patrick Harshbarger, Hunter Research, Inc.
With the images and text provided by Hunter Research, Pannier designed five, 35-inch by 56-inch Fiberglass Embedded Panels. The panels were completed with stainless steel standoff mounts, which allow them to display off the wall for a more visually appealing, three-dimensional look.
Pannier’s fiberglass panels were the perfect material for the project. Each panel features superior digital color accuracy, vibrancy, and resolution that, like Plainsboro, are proven to stand the test of time.
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