LEX News

Cities Getting Serious About Light Pollution

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 Launches New Version of Lighting Library

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.

Product Introduction: McGraw-Edison: GFLD Galleon II Floodlight!

The new Galleon II Floodlight features an all-new lineup of housings and optics, all with a singular focus: PERFORMANCE FLOODLIGHTING.

CPX Continues to Expand its Configurations

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 – New York City, NY

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!