The Trinity United Methodist Church, located in Springfield, Massachusetts, was designed by Boston firm Allen and Collens in the Gothic Revival style and completed in 1929.
This restoration project included the onsite removal and pickup of multiple large hand forged and engraved steel chandeliers.
Utilizing scaffolding, ladders, and chain fall hoists, Grand Light’s onsite specialists successfully lowered, disassembled, and documented the historic chandeliers all without the removal or damage to the church’s pews or floors.
All historic chandeliers were packed carefully into Grand Light’s trailers and transported to Grand Light’s lighting restoration and custom lighting manufacturing factory located in Seymour, Connecticut.
For more information regarding the restoration of the historic lighting fixtures from the Trinity United Methodist Church project, you may review the Lighting Restoration Project Webpage.