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50STATIC | 2' x 4' Static Troffer - 2, 3, 4 or 6-lamp

Kansas Schools : 2' x 4' Static Troffer - 2, 3, 4 or 6-lamp case study

Williams Linear Fluorescent Lighting by H. E. Williams, Inc. Creates the Proper Learning Environment for Kansas Students

Coffeyville, KS—The Coffeyville, Kansas School District decided to consolidate its four small existing elementary schools into one large, new school. The new facility, the School District believed, would allow them to equalize classroom size and increase staff efficiency in a new school. The result was a facility that included four educational pods, serving grades pre-K to 6, a common room, gymnasium, multipurpose room/cafeteria, and a media center/library. Read The 2' x 4' Static Troffer - 2, 3, 4 or 6-lamp lighting case study

73 | MiniStrip - T5

House of Air : MiniStrip - T5 case study

Williams Fixtures, Innovative California Recreation Center Attract Prominent Attention from Design Publications

San Francisco, CA—Since the floor areas were literally covered in trampolines, the induction application was perfect because of the extremely long lamp life, and because Williams offered ballasts that could be serviced from a remote location. Read The MiniStrip - T5 lighting case study

76 | 1 or 2-lamp Standard Strip - T8

Exploration Place : 1 or 2-lamp Standard Strip - T8 case study

Dynamic Lighting for Interactive Museum Made Possible by Williams' Experience and Creative Design Capabilities

Wichita, KS—Architect Moshe Safdie drew upon 35 years experience to create an open and spacious 98,500 sq. ft. complex to promote science, technology and exploration to the general public. Read The 1 or 2-lamp Standard Strip - T8 lighting case study

79 | Large Industrial Indirect with Perforated Reflector

Kansas Schools : Large Industrial Indirect with Perforated Reflector case study

Williams Linear Fluorescent Lighting by H. E. Williams, Inc. Creates the Proper Learning Environment for Kansas Students

Coffeyville, KS—The Coffeyville, Kansas School District decided to consolidate its four small existing elementary schools into one large, new school. The new facility, the School District believed, would allow them to equalize classroom size and increase staff efficiency in a new school. The result was a facility that included four educational pods, serving grades pre-K to 6, a common room, gymnasium, multipurpose room/cafeteria, and a media center/library. Read The Large Industrial Indirect with Perforated Reflector lighting case study

88 | T5 Aisle Lighter - 4' or 8' with 1 or 2-lamp Cross Section

Cardinal Health : T5 Aisle Lighter - 4' or 8' with 1 or 2-lamp Cross Section case study

Medical Distributor Qualifies for Energy Rebate After Installing the Williams 88 T5HO Linear Fluorescent Aisle Lighter

DePew, NY—While Cardinal Health is a leading manufacturer and distributor of medical products, it isn’t immune to cost-containment pressures facing the health care industry. So it was no surprise that an expense reduction team quickly honed in on Cardinal’s nationwide network of warehouse and distribution centers. Read The T5 Aisle Lighter - 4' or 8' with 1 or 2-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

A60 | 6" Round Recessed Downlight

Mayo Clinic : 6" Round Recessed Downlight case study

Quality Light Fixtures and Customer Service Provided by H.E. Williams, Inc. Help the Mayo Clinic Illuminate an Award Winning Project

Rochester, MN—When the Mayo Clinic broke ground on the $441 million Gonda Building, design manager Stan Larson said every purchase was carefully reviewed to ensure it would deliver long-term value. Read The 6" Round Recessed Downlight lighting case study

AIW | Architectural Indirect | Wall Mount

Kansas Schools : Architectural Indirect | Wall Mount case study

Williams Linear Fluorescent Lighting by H. E. Williams, Inc. Creates the Proper Learning Environment for Kansas Students

Coffeyville, KS—The Coffeyville, Kansas School District decided to consolidate its four small existing elementary schools into one large, new school. The new facility, the School District believed, would allow them to equalize classroom size and increase staff efficiency in a new school. The result was a facility that included four educational pods, serving grades pre-K to 6, a common room, gymnasium, multipurpose room/cafeteria, and a media center/library. Read The Architectural Indirect | Wall Mount lighting case study

ASM | Architectural Surface Mount

Colorado State University : Architectural Surface Mount case study

Architectural Surface Mount Luminaire, Williams ASM, Meets the Challenge to Light a University Microbiology Laboratory

Ft. Collins, CO—Initially the challenge was to light the microbiology building as part of a construction and renovation project on the 579-acre main campus at the base of the Rocky Mountains. Read The Architectural Surface Mount lighting case study

DDI | Drop Direct/Indirect

Destiny Dance International : Drop Direct/Indirect case study

Direct/Indirect Lighting, Williams DDI, Helps Create the Proper Learning Environment at a Dance Studio

Phoenix, AZ—Owner Sheryl Cooper, wife of rock star Alice Cooper, planned to open an international dance academy here to provide quality dance education and performing opportunities for students. Read The Drop Direct/Indirect lighting case study

William McDonough + Partners : Drop Direct/Indirect case study

Williams DDI Direct/Indirect Lighting Provides Contemporary Flair and Energy Efficiency

Charlottesville, VA—The move to new company offices for William McDonough + Partners, renowned architectural and community design firm, gave partner Allison Ewing, AIA, another opportunity to apply the firm’s concepts of creativity, natural light and diversity, plus fresh air. Read The Drop Direct/Indirect lighting case study

GLT5 | Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section

Kansas Schools : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Williams Linear Fluorescent Lighting by H. E. Williams, Inc. Creates the Proper Learning Environment for Kansas Students

Coffeyville, KS—The Coffeyville, Kansas School District decided to consolidate its four small existing elementary schools into one large, new school. The new facility, the School District believed, would allow them to equalize classroom size and increase staff efficiency in a new school. The result was a facility that included four educational pods, serving grades pre-K to 6, a common room, gymnasium, multipurpose room/cafeteria, and a media center/library. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Penn State University : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 5 or 6-lamp Cross Section case study

17,325 ft Auxiliary Gymnasium Illuminated by Williams GL Linear Fluorescent Energy Saving HID Replacement Light Fixtures

State College, PA—When Manager of Facilities, Rick James, evaluated lighting options for a 17,325 square-foot Auxiliary Gymnasium within Penn State’s Bryce Jordan Center, he knew two things: The new fixtures needed to deliver high light levels for sports activities and a more intimate glow for banquets and special events. After reviewing the capabilities of the Williams GL, James as convinced that the high-quality fluorescent luminaries would meet his needs. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 5 or 6-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Safelite AutoGlass : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Williams GL Industrial Lighting System Improves Light Quality and Cuts Energy Costs for an Auto Glass Manufacturer

Wichita, KS—A company-wide cost control initiative at Safelite’s Wichita complex, which manufactures over one million automotive windshields each year, gave Maintenance Supervisor Tom Davis a window of opportunity to save money and upgrade the existing lighting within the facility. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Gerber Products Company : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

$25,000 Annual Energy Savings and Improved Lighting After Installing Williams GL Industrial Lighting System at a Food Processor Facility

Fort Smith, AR—Faced with the mandate to reduce overall energy costs within this 940,000 square foot high-speed food processing facility, Gerber’s Energy Team took more than a baby step when they chose to start replacing their 400-watt high pressure sodium and metal halide lighting. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Grundfos Pump Manufacturing : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Pump Manufacturer Replaces HID High-bay Light Fixtures With Williams GL Industrial Lighting System

Fresno, CA—When looking for ways to offset almost a 50% rise in energy rates during California’s energy crisis, Grundfos Pump Manufacturing Co. asked their Energy Conservation Team to find a solution. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Leupold and Stevens, Inc. : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Optical Products Manufacturer Saves Energy and Earns Rebates with GL Lighting

Beaverton, OR—A leading manufacturer of shooting sports optical products wanted to create an energy efficient, shadow-free work environment in their 117,000 square foot plant outside Portland. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

The Minster Machine Company : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Williams GL Industrial Lighting System Reduces Energy Costs and Wins Employee Praise at a World Class Provider of Material Forming Equipment

Minster, OH—As facilities planning manager for a world-class provider of material forming equipment and solutions, Don Kemper had been hunting for cost-effective ways to upgrade the company’s lighting. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Epic Ice Arena : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Williams GL Linear Fluorescent Lighting Offers Quality Lighting and Energy Savings at Ice Arena

Ft. Collins, CO—When the demand for ice time outgrew availability, the city of Ft. Collins decided to add another rink at the Edora Pool & Ice Center (EPIC) recreational complex. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Ace Hardware Retail Support Center : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Williams GL Industrial Lighting System Cuts Energy Use 25% at Distribution Center

Gansevoort, NY—A lighting system, at the Ace Hardware Retail Support Center, combining 1,261 250-watt and 400-watt HID lamps, generated the highest energy expenses for a comparable Ace facility in the country. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Mizzou Aviation : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Aviation Company Cuts Energy Use and Raises Light Levels in Airplane Hangar

Joplin, MO—A multi-dimensional company, Mizzou provides a variety of aviation services to both corporate and private customers. They sell and maintain many types of aircraft, offer hangar and charter services, as well as provide flying lessons. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Sacramento Municipal Utility District : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Williams GL Industrial Lighting System Increases Light Levels and Productivity for Municipal Utility

Sacramento, CA—The old 400-watt metal halide lighting in the 59th Street Garage at the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) didn’t provide a quality, shadow-free work environment for the mechanics. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Stanion Wholesale Electric : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

$4,800 Annual Savings—Electrical Wholesaler Installs Williams GL Industrial Lighting System

Wichita, KS—From a single outlet in 1961, Stanion has grown to 22 locations and 255 employees. The company is a broad line supplier of electrical equipment to companies including Boeing and Cessna. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Carthage Junior High School : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Energy Saving Williams GL Linear Fluorescent HID Replacement Light Fixtures Save Energy and Increases Light Levels in School Gymnasium

Carthage, MO—The gym is a real community resource. For 825 students, it is the site for all types of physical education classes and sports activities, as well as assemblies, school dances and plays. The town also uses it as a meeting hall and recreation center when school is out. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Consolidated Edison, Astoria : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

60% Foot-candle Increase and 36% Energy Savings with Williams GL Linear Fluorescent HID Replacement Light Fixtures

New York, NY—Over the years a variety of lamp types from mercury vapor to high pressure sodium have been incorporated in the lighting system at the Consolidated Edison Company of New York Central Field Service facility, in Astoria, NY. The 315,000 sq. ft. facility maintains and distributes an inventory of equipment and materials the utility uses to operate at peak efficiency for its customers. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Danvers Industrial Packaging : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Energy Saving Williams GL Linear Fluorescent HID Replacement Lighting Installation at a New England Packaging Plant

Danvers, MA—Danvers Industrial Packaging manufactures and fabricates polyurethane and polyethylene foam products. The lighting system in the 85,000 sq. ft. plant was a combination of 63 400-watt metal halide and 62 400-watt high pressure sodium fixtures. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Wallace Computer Service : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Light Levels up 76%, Energy Use Cut With Williams GL Industrial Lighting System

Manchester, VT—Wallace Computer Service is a printer of business forms. The material handling and warehouse portions of their 85,000 sq. ft. facility were illuminated with 400-watt metal-halide lighting. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Earthroamer Off-Road : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Specialty Off-Road Vehicle Manufacturer Chooses Williams GL for Cleaner, More Efficient Lighting

Denver, CO—As an entrepreneur with an engineering background, Bill Swails spent years carefully designing personal expedition vehicles that were efficient, durable and easy on the environment. So, when his business expanded enough to justify the construction of a new manufacturing facility near Denver, he took a close look at how that building could meet those same requirements. Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

Northtown Center : Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section case study

Williams Lighting Shines on Skating Stars In Suburban Buffalo Recreation Center

Amherst, NY—Because of the substantial energy savings delivered by the Williams GL fixtures, this project qualified for nearly $180,000 in grant funding from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Read The Low-profile T5 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 3 or 4-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

GLT8 | Low-profile T8 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 4 or 6-lamp Cross Section

Niagara University : Low-profile T8 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 4 or 6-lamp Cross Section case study

Major University Teams Up with Williams Fluorescent to Score Big in Energy Efficiency and Savings

Niagara Falls, NY—As a fast-growing private institution in upstate New York, Niagara University was faced with a tough balancing act. On one hand, the university’s success drove the addition of 200,000 square feet of new academic facilities over a two-year period. However, the added space placed even more pressure on a tight utility budget. Read The Low-profile T8 Industrial - 4' or 8' with 4 or 6-lamp Cross Section lighting case study

ICE13 | ICETRON 13" Round Induction Downlight

U.S. Bank Centre : ICETRON 13" Round Induction Downlight case study

Williams Induction Lighting System Cuts Energy and Maintenance Costs at a Major Seattle Business Complex

Seattle, WA—As chief engineer for a one-million square foot office and retail complex in the heart of Seattle's business district, Ron Parsons is always on the lookout for ways to reduce overall energy and maintenance costs. Read The ICETRON 13" Round Induction Downlight lighting case study

ICEAL | Induction Area Lighter with Internal Ballast

Legacy Parkway : Induction Area Lighter with Internal Ballast case study

Williams Outdoor Die-Cast Induction Provides Low Maintenance, High-Quality Visibility to Utah's Legacy Parkway

Salt Lake City, UT—When it opened in Fall 2008, Utah’s Legacy Parkway represented a sharp detour from other four-lane highways in the American West. Instead of a focus on speed, the 14-mile stretch outside Salt Lake City offers a gently meandering roadway, limited on- and off-ramps, adjacent foot and equestrian trails, and asphalt paving for quieter traffic low. Read The Induction Area Lighter with Internal Ballast lighting case study

Swift Creek YMCA : Induction Area Lighter with Internal Ballast case study

Williams Induction Lighting Solves Technical Challenge for New YMCA Indoor Pool Facility

Chesterfield, VA—The Swift Creek YMCA offers something for anyone interested in family health and fitness. The new 45,000-square foot facility, which opened in fall 2012, offers a full array of workout options, including weight training, cardio machines, basketball courts, and group exercise zones. Read The Induction Area Lighter with Internal Ballast lighting case study

Tacoma Power Plant : Induction Area Lighter with Internal Ballast case study

Williams Induction Lighting Helps New Power Plant Shine In Historic Tacoma-Area Neighborhood

Tacoma, WA—When the operators of Tacoma General Hospital decided to build a new power plant, they went to great lengths to ensure the architectural style would complement its location in one of the city's historic neighborhoods. Read The Induction Area Lighter with Internal Ballast lighting case study

ICEILN | Induction Inline

Gwinnett Arena : Induction Inline case study

Long-Life Induction System and Efficient Fixture Design Helps Williams' High-bay Lighting Shine Over Center Stage in Georgia Events Complex

Duluth, GA—The Arena at Gwinnett Center is a versatile destination in North Georgia for concerts, religious and civic gatherings, conventions and tradeshows. Read The Induction Inline lighting case study

ICELB32 | ICE 32" Round Low Bay Induction Lighting

House of Air : ICE 32" Round Low Bay Induction Lighting case study

Williams Fixtures, Innovative California Recreation Center Attract Prominent Attention from Design Publications

San Francisco, CA—Since the floor areas were literally covered in trampolines, the induction application was perfect because of the extremely long lamp life, and because Williams offered ballasts that could be serviced from a remote location. Read The ICE 32" Round Low Bay Induction Lighting lighting case study

LLS | Linear Luminaire

Syracuse University : Linear Luminaire case study

Williams Linear Luminaire Makes an Impression at Major University Center of Excellence

Syracuse, NY—Based on previous experience, Mahaney took his idea to the Williams engineering group, which determined the concept could quickly be put into production. The result of that collaboration was the Williams LLS, a sleek, linear luminaire combining a three-inch square channel with an offset frosted glass lens. Read The Linear Luminaire lighting case study

LP5 | 2' x 2' | 2' x 4' Low-profile T5 parabolic

Twin Lakes Park : 2' x 2' | 2' x 4' Low-profile T5 parabolic case study

Award-winning Florida Office Complex Illuminated with the Williams LP5, Low-profile Parabolic Troffer

Sarasota, FL—When Sarasota County decided to design and build a new 8,300 square foot office building, a task force of government, community and architectural representatives decided to develop a more ecological commercial building and also use the technology when remodeling the adjacent 19,250 square foot county office building. Read The 2' x 2' | 2' x 4' Low-profile T5 parabolic lighting case study

Richard E. Bolling Federal Office Building : 4" Low-profile T5 Parabolic case study

Williams LP5, Low-profile Parabolic Troffer Lighting Meets Federal Building Remodel Criteria

Kansas City, MO—As part of the first phase of the remodeling of the four-decade-old Richard E. Bolling Federal Office Building in downtown Kansas City, a new lighting system for three floors of the 1.2 million square foot building was included in the project. Read The 4" Low-profile T5 Parabolic lighting case study

PH75 | 7.5" Round Downlight - Horizontal CFL

Mayo Clinic : 7.5" Round Downlight - Horizontal CFL case study

Quality Light Fixtures and Customer Service Provided by H.E. Williams, Inc. Help the Mayo Clinic Illuminate an Award Winning Project

Rochester, MN—When the Mayo Clinic broke ground on the $441 million Gonda Building, design manager Stan Larson said every purchase was carefully reviewed to ensure it would deliver long-term value. Read The 7.5" Round Downlight - Horizontal CFL lighting case study

PHRL75 | 7.5" Round Lens Downlight - Horizontal CFL

Ross Stores : 7.5" Round Lens Downlight - Horizontal CFL case study

H.E. Williams' Product Quality & Fast Delivery Meets the Demands for a New California Office Building

Pleasanton, CA—Dan Cartaina of LC-Engineering Enterprises, Alameda, CA, was assigned the project to design lighting for the new five-story Ross Stores corporate office building designed by architect Eric Park. Ross Stores is a $3.998 billion company offering in-season and designer merchandise from 642 stores in 25 states and the island of Guam. Read The 7.5" Round Lens Downlight - Horizontal CFL lighting case study

PV60 | 6" Round Downlight - Vertical CFL

Mayo Clinic : 6" Round Downlight - Vertical CFL case study

Quality Light Fixtures and Customer Service Provided by H.E. Williams, Inc. Help the Mayo Clinic Illuminate an Award Winning Project

Rochester, MN—When the Mayo Clinic broke ground on the $441 million Gonda Building, design manager Stan Larson said every purchase was carefully reviewed to ensure it would deliver long-term value. Read The 6" Round Downlight - Vertical CFL lighting case study

Kansas Schools : 6" Round Downlight - Vertical CFL case study

Williams Downlights by H. E. Williams, Inc. Create the Proper Learning Environment for Kansas Students

Coffeyville, KS—The Coffeyville, Kansas School District decided to consolidate its four small existing elementary schools into one large, new school. The new facility, the School District believed, would allow them to equalize classroom size and increase staff efficiency in a new school. The result was a facility that included four educational pods, serving grades pre-K to 6, a common room, gymnasium, multipurpose room/cafeteria, and a media center/library. Read The 6" Round Downlight - Vertical CFL lighting case study

R60 | 6" Round Recessed PAR30/PAR38 Downlight

Kansas Schools : 6" Round Recessed PAR30/PAR38 Downlight case study

Williams Downlights by H. E. Williams, Inc. Create the Proper Learning Environment for Kansas Students

Coffeyville, KS—The Coffeyville, Kansas School District decided to consolidate its four small existing elementary schools into one large, new school. The new facility, the School District believed, would allow them to equalize classroom size and increase staff efficiency in a new school. The result was a facility that included four educational pods, serving grades pre-K to 6, a common room, gymnasium, multipurpose room/cafeteria, and a media center/library. Read The 6" Round Recessed PAR30/PAR38 Downlight lighting case study

VA1 | Voltaire Architectural Area Light - 6,000-12,000 Lumens

H. E. Williams, Inc. : Voltaire Architectural Area Light - 6,000-12,000 Lumens case study

Williams Outdoor VA Series Offers a Long-term Solution to Architectural Site Lighting

Carthage, MO—Any outdoor parking area application where some architectural flair is desirable - hospitals, office buildings, retail centers - will be a good fit for this particular product. Read The Voltaire Architectural Area Light - 6,000-12,000 Lumens lighting case study

VA2 | Voltaire Architectural Area Light - 18,000-24,000 Lumens

H. E. Williams, Inc. : Voltaire Architectural Area Light - 18,000-24,000 Lumens case study

Williams Outdoor VA Series Offers a Long-term Solution to Architectural Site Lighting

Carthage, MO—Any outdoor parking area application where some architectural flair is desirable - hospitals, office buildings, retail centers - will be a good fit for this particular product. Read The Voltaire Architectural Area Light - 18,000-24,000 Lumens lighting case study

WMA | Wall Mount Architectural - T5

House of Air : Wall Mount Architectural - T5 case study

Williams Fixtures, Innovative California Recreation Center Attract Prominent Attention from Design Publications

San Francisco, CA—Since the floor areas were literally covered in trampolines, the induction application was perfect because of the extremely long lamp life, and because Williams offered ballasts that could be serviced from a remote location. Read The Wall Mount Architectural - T5 lighting case study

XT | Wall Wash Optical/Electrical Module

Public Art at Arizona Retailer : Wall Wash Optical/Electrical Module case study

Linear Fluorescent Wall Washer, Williams XT, Highlights Public Art at Arizona Retailer

Oro Valley, AZ—To meet the community’s requirement for public art as part of all new private construction, a supermarket company commissioned and installed two southwest-themed murals in their new store. Read The Wall Wash Optical/Electrical Module lighting case study

Marshall Field’s : Direct/Indirect Solid Reflector Optical/Electrical Module case study

Modular Linear Fluorescent Architectural Lighting System, Williams XT, Offers Modern Look To Retailer

Chicago, IL—The store design team wanted, as part of a store remodel, a new lighting system to replace the 2’ x 2’ parabolic fluorescent lighting system in the children’s department in one of their area stores. Read The Direct/Indirect Solid Reflector Optical/Electrical Module lighting case study

Carnegie-Mellon University : Direct/Indirect Perforated Reflector Optical/Electrical Module case study

Modular Linear Fluorescent Architectural Lighting System, Williams XT, Earns an 'A' for University Renovation Project

Pittsburgh, PA—The renovation project at the School of Architecture and Design’s Margaret Morrison Building had two key objectives for the space... the first focused on overall room lighting, and the second was to provide accent lighting for student project displays in the same room. Read The Direct/Indirect Perforated Reflector Optical/Electrical Module lighting case study