New York City enacted two new laws aimed at curbing light pollution for City-owned properties. The proposed legislation allows for exemptions for landmark buildings – enabling the Empire State Building’s color-changing fixtures to continue illuminating the top 30 stories.
The Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) is pleased to announce the launch of the newest version of its Lighting Library, a dynamic digital platform that last year replaced previous versions of the hard-copy Lighting Handbook and all other IES standards.
The new Galleon II Floodlight features an all-new lineup of housings and optics, all with a singular focus: PERFORMANCE FLOODLIGHTING.
Lithonia Lighting continues to grow our CPX offerings and expand its certifications to meet client and project expectations. We are starting 2022 off strong by adding dual whips, 1% dimming options, and an ISO 5-9 rating!
Manhattan West is a 5.4-million-square-foot mixed-use development by Brookfield Properties consisting of retail and restaurants, and now, with the addition of dynamic lighting and controls by Traxon e:cue, the dual high-rise towers will be visible both day and night, from all directions – marking the newest neighborhood landmarks on the West Side. Stay tuned for the completion of the second tower in 2022!