See video courtesy of TDH Experiential Fabricators

VIDEO: Check out time-lapse video of Civic Hotel logo being installed in Surrey

Watch the installation of the highest sign in Western Canada

Check out this neat video of a sign being installed in Surrey, at dizzying heights.

Located in the heart of Surrey, Civic Hotel is the first world-class hotel to be built in this area in more than two decades.

The Civic Hotel is close to Surrey Central SkyTrain station, making for convenient access to downtown Vancouver.

The hotel has 144 uniquely designed guest rooms characterized by warm earth tones and themes that represent the culture and natural beauty of British Columbia.

The nearly 13-foot-high logo at the peak of the 540-foot-tall building was manufactured by TDH Experiential Fabricators.

SEE ALSO VIDEO: A look at Surrey — from the third tallest tower in B.C.

SEE ALSO EXCLUSIVE: A first look inside Surrey’s new Civic Hotel, with video



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