L&H Companies fabricated and installed the stadium architectural signage. It was important to reflect the region’s hardhat heritage in the park’s environmental graphics. The shop took its architectural cues from HOK Sport (Kansas City, MO), but enjoyed complete freedom in developing the sign program.
Plan D, a San Diego-based company that has developed new logos for numerous minor-league teams, created the Iron Pigs’ updated logo. The Coca-Cola logo, which has stood proudly as an American cultural icon for more than a century, looms over the scoreboard, but L&H created all other sign and environmental graphic designs. The Lehigh Valley (PA) Iron Pigs, the Triple-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies, embraced this trend and constructed Coca-Cola Park, a state-of-the- art, 8,100 seat facility.