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Art Gallery of Ontario

Art Gallery of Ontario

Meeting current codes At over 485,000 square feet, the AGO is one of the largest galleries in North America. In 2014, the AGO decided it was time to bring their emergency lighting up to the current building code standards. It took 3 years from quotation to completed installation and all new Beghelli running man signs […]

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Pawtucket River Bridge

Pawtucket River Bridge

Pawtucket, Rhode Island A landmark bridge displays a vibrant welcome to a proud community The City of Pawtucket wanted a lighting design that could change throughout the year to mark occasion with vibrant colour displays. The Spyders were chosen based on a few factors – performance, pricing and system layout. Spyder® Minis in RGB colour […]

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MJJJ Developments Inc.

MJJJ Developments Inc.

GARAGE + WASH BAY FOR HEAVY DUTY EQUIPMENT Sixty BoxLED® high-bays were installed and mounted with ceiling and flood configurations. The main garage has ceiling height of 35-feet and a lower level with a height of 25-feet. The BoxLED® HO and LO models were used in order for the floor to be clearly and evenly […]

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Kitchener Public Library

Kitchener Public Library

Expansion & Renovation LGA Architectural Partners, The Walter Fedy Partnership In the heart of Kitchener, ON is the central branch of the Kitchener Public Library. In 2010, the ground was broken on a 3.5 year, $40,000,000 renovation and addition. This transformative project created a new public meeting place and an opportunity to learn and share […]

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Georgian College

Georgian College

School Application The Tempesta™ is ideally suited to school applications which require reliable emergency lighting systems with low maintenance, durable construction and a longer run time. The Tempesta™ boasts unique Italian design, reliability and increased fixture to fixture performance. The use of LED or fluorescent technology allows for an improved spread of light, fewer units […]

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