Rapid City, SD – Grand Light has been contracted to restore 40 lighting fixtures for Dakota Middle School’s historic theater in Rapid City, SD.
Dakota Middle School was originally Rapid City High School, and was built in 1923. It was the only public high school in the city until 1969. The building was nominated for the National Register for its significance in the areas of education, social history and architecture.
The fixtures being restored include 11 ceiling lights, 15 pendant lights, and 14 sconces.
These fixtures were shipped via Freight Carrier whom has the capabilities to deliver using air ride suspension, as a means of extra protection for the safe arrivals of the fixtures.
About Grand Light:
Grand Light has restored, replicated and manufactured custom lighting fixtures at every scale, including various projects at Yale University, the Lincoln Square Theater in Decatur, IL, The Otesaga Resort and Hotel in Cooperstown, NY, The Shubert Theater in New Haven, CT, and other prestigious projects nation wide.
Located at 580 Grand Avenue, New Haven, CT, Grand Light has been serving the interior and exterior lighting needs of homeowners and professionals since 1929.