We are happy to announce that Grand Light's Ryan Stockman will be a featured presenter at Lightfair 2023. Join us on May 23rd for our hour-long AIA CE accredited "Adapting the Past to an LED Future" course where Ryan will discuss the basics of historic lighting restoration and energy efficient retrofitting!
Congratulations to Gowanda's Historic Hollywood Theater's restoration and grand reopening! Grand Light is proud to have been chosen to restore all the historic lighting fixtures for this legacy restoration project. The fixtures included floral accented wall sconces, large flower shaped recessed lighting fixtures, pendant lights, ceiling fixtures, and exit signs.
Grand Light's Ryan Stockman was recently published as a featured article in LD+A, the premiere magazine of the Illuminating Engineering Society. The article "Adapting the Past to an LED Future" discusses the processes required for the preservation/restoration of historic lighting fixtures, including luminaire surveys, specification development, modernization, and logistics.
A recent Philadelphia project consisted of an extensive on-site survey, with all existing chandeliers thoroughly photographed and documented, utilizing ladders and our 30' portable lift. These one-of-a-kind, historic 1920s chandeliers were constructed from bronze and featured beautifully hand-painted globe and constellation motifs.
2022 has been a critical step forward in providing greater solutions and support for our clients and community. Grand Light has been extremely fortunate with multiple large-scale legacy projects, expanding our in-house capabilities, and welcoming new team members to our family.
Grand Light recently designed and fabricated custom chandeliers through our SIGNATURE COLLECTION for a renovated event venue which complemented and enhanced the beautiful aesthetics of the main hall. Utilizing our SIGNATURE COLLECTION components along with custom castings, Grand Light artisans were able to create a timeless piece that far exceeded the project goal.
Congratulations to the successful renovation of the First National Center, Oklahoma City's most iconic, historic skyscraper. The building was constructed in 1931 by the First National Bank and Trust Company of Oklahoma City and contains 33 floors at 446 feet tall. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2018.