When the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina undertook the renovation of its new Raleigh location, it wanted it to be a community project. Cree, a neighbor, stepped up with an “awesome” lighting solution.
LED high bay fixtures from Litetronics were used to replace failing metal-halide lamps. Compact and simple to install, the fixtures offered a 79,000-hour life with stronger lumen consistency, a sharp contrast to the 10,000-hour life and rapid lumen depreciation characteristic of the Club’s previous metal-halide lighting technology freeing up $8,000 annually.
Over the last year, Crescent Electric Supply Company has worked with the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium located in Dubuque, IA. Providing upgraded LED lighting and VFDs, the museum has become more efficient, and the fish happier than ever.
With the flexibility of a GoConex switch, you have a simple solution: a wireless switch that can be transported or attached anywhere.
Imagine not needing to rewire when you’d like to install a new switch or move a switch to a more convenient location. Opening up walls is an expensive endeavor, and Levven GoConex delivers an affordable solution for homes and businesses.
After two years of one problem after another, Cheyenne, Wyoming's VA Medical Center sign needed an update. Crescent Electric worked with their local GE representative to present a brand-new solution: new GE Lighting Linefit LEDs that can revive any T12HO fluorescent sign.
Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, has spent the last few years going through a massive renovation. Progress had been carrying on at a brisk pace, but within the past few months preparation turned into a dead sprint; several electrical contractors were on the project and time was of the essence to get everything finished by opening day.