Don Hewlett Chevrolet Dealership

By Gabrielle Santulli | April 20, 2016

(Austin, TX) The Don Hewlett Chevrolet automobile dealership had 175W metal halide recessed downlights installed in their showroom at 25ft. They were looking for a solution that was easy to maintain because every time they had to change a lamp it required them to move the cars out of the showroom. In addition, the dealership…

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Garnet Valley Middle School

By Gabrielle Santulli | April 20, 2016

(Glens Mills, PA) The Garnet Valley Middle School was in the process of renovating and wanted to update their existing quartz halogen 150 and 250 watt downlights in their large auditorium. These downlights required a lot of maintenance and made the newly renovated auditorium look drab and dingy. They were looking for a simple solution…

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GGP ~ Coronado Center

By Gabrielle Santulli | April 20, 2016

(Albuquerque, NM) The Coronado Mall is a two-story mall with 150 stores within 1,150,000 square feet. GGP wanted to update the mall and improve the lighting in the common areas. Their inefficient fluorescent and metal halide fixtures at a 40’ mounting height where costly to maintain and made the mall look drab. They easily replaced…

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GGP ~ Westroads Mall

By Gabrielle Santulli | April 20, 2016

(Omaha, NE) Westroads Mall, with over 135 stores, is the largest mall in Nebraska with over 2,100 downlights. Changing out lamps is an expensive and a disruptive task for the retail environment and often management waits for several lamps to expire for this reason. In addition the existing compact fluorescent downlights provide poor quality lighting…

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Grand Canyon University

By Gabrielle Santulli | April 20, 2016

(Phoenix, AZ) The beautiful Grand Canyon University is situated on 115 acres. The College of Nursing and Medical Professionals building was being renovated and they were looking for a solution for their existing incandescent down-lights. The vaulted ceilings in the common areas presented a challenge for the university to maintain while the school was in…

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