Good morning all! Looking for some input and recommendations on a situation I am confronted with. Long story short, we have a client we have done some decent sized jobs for in the past that has asked us for a favor for a friend that is head of a home owners assoc for a development. The development needs to replace a rotting wooden sign with a new one. They want a 6' x 8' sign installed after we remove the old one. We did some quick mockups and they loved them. Here's the problem- another sign company was involved before us and they now have what I believe to be an unrealistic budget of $1200. They want PVC (what the original company quoted) or aluminum. Any ideas on how this could be done? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Our initial idea was a smaller sign (4' x 6') with the face being .125 aluminum with some waterjet cut voids and a peak top. Even that would have been overbudget. Thanks in advance.