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PERMALIGHT® Project Spotlight: Superior Court of California, San Diego

PERMALIGHT® Project Spotlight: Superior Court of California, San Diego

Located in downtown San Diego, the architecture award-winning, 25-story Superior Courthouse of San Diego was completed in October 2017. The PERMALIGHT® Photoluminescent Egress Path Marking System is prominently installed within the emergency exit stairwells. The full project details are below.


Project Details

  • Stair Handrail Marking
  • Wall-Mounted Perimeter Demarcation
  • Exit Door Frame Marking
  • Door Push-Bar Marking

  • Stair Edge Marking

  • California Striping for the Visually Impaired on Leading Edge Steps

  • Installation Accessories (Required for Floor-Installed Products)

  • Obstacle Marking

  • Emergency Exit Sign Directional Signage

Project Photos


We are the Photoluminescent Egress Path Marking Experts

American PERMALIGHT® has been in the life safety industry since 1988. We manufacture durable, trusted, code-compliant photoluminescent egress path marking solutions, as well as offering project takeoff services, code compliance knowledge, and more.

If you have a building code-compliant project in need of photoluminescent egress path markings, contact American PERMALIGHT® for assistance. We can recommend products, show you how to do a proper product install, and even help you locate a local contractor to do your install if needed. We also offer special PERMALIGHT® Preferred Pricing for qualified orders!

Contact American PERMALIGHT® today to see how we can help you with your next photoluminescent egress path marking project. No project is too large or too small.

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About the Superior Court of California, San Diego

The Superior Court of California – San Diego consolidates San Diego County’s criminal trial, family, and civil courts into a 25-story downtown tower. The courthouse comprises a tower and podium clad in precast concrete, as well as a public plaza. The first three levels of the courthouse support the busiest functions of the criminal courts, which include arraignment courts, misdemeanor courts, offices, and jury assembly rooms.

The architects of this building are the renowned firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM). Visit their page on this project on their website here.

This building is also the recipient of the American Architecture Award of 2012, Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.

Learn more about the Superior Court of California, San Diego on the official website here.