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Follow the sign structure specifications for the Type B2 or Type B3 sign, as appropriate.
9.9. Placement and Visibility. The sign is usually placed perpendicular to the roadway. Graphics
should appear on both sides of the sign so the message can be seen by traffic moving in both
9.10. Usage. The Type H3 sign is used in addition to other Type H signs to identify a unit that has an
entry point other than the main entrance to a building. The Type H4 Building Number Sign is used
to display the building address number on the side or front of a building for rapid identification.
9.11. Mounting. In the absence of installation-specific mounting requirements for visibility by
security police and fire personnel, mount the Type H4 sign directly below the Type H3 sign.
9.12. Layouts. See Figures 9.4 through 9.7 for the sign layouts.
9.13. Building Identification Sign Type H1 Three line Message Layouts.
9.13.1. Colors. White letters and numbers on standard brown background.
Three line message: 900 mm x 1 050 mm (3'- 0" x 3'- 6").
One or two line message : 750 mm x 1 050 mm (2'- 6" x 3'- 6").
Message: upper and lower case Clarendon medium, 75 mm (3") capital letter height,
The message area will accommodate three lines with a maximum line length of 15
characters per line.
Building Address Number: Clarendon medium, 100 mm (4") numbers centered.
9.13.4. Rules. 3 mm (1/8") wide white tape.
9.13.5. Other Layouts. See Figure 9.5 for the layout for signs with a one or two line message.
See Figures 9.5 and 9.6 for the layouts for signs with an organizational emblem and the
expanded sign layout.