To specify the scope of work required for a project, Grand Light carefully considers all provided information in addition to meticulous historical studies.
For new replications of existing and non-existing lighting, work shall include complete studies of photographs, drawings, and available historic information; allowing concise preparation and design of engineering drawings with complete bills of materials for the fabrication of each fixture.
Completed fixtures shall meet all applicable codes, NEC guidelines and UL procedures in accordance with the electrical contractor prior to installation.
The Grand Light Difference extends beyond the restoration and manufacturing processes. Our word is our commitment and we strive to earn your trust.
Work on historic lighting performed by Grand Light is backed by decades of experience and qualification. Upon request, we shall provide proof of comparable restoration and replication projects completed by personnel skilled in the processes and operations indicated.
New and restored historic light fixtures and assembled components shall be wired and tested in accordance with UL standards.
Why Choose Grand Light
Long Standing History of Successful, Award Winning Projects
Dedicated, Full-Time Project Management & Engineering Team
Artisans and Specialists with Decades of Experience
Extensive Background in Restoration, Manufacturing, and Design
Understanding of Large and Small Projects
Exceptional Client Communication and Customer Service
Committed to Safety without Compromise
Grand Light refers to contract bid documents regarding shop drawings, product data, samples, and submission procedures.
For custom replicated fixtures, Grand Light submits shop drawings indicating all details of mechanical and electrical construction.
For existing luminaires Grand Light provides shop drawings for structural modifications only indicating the project name, manufacturer, all materials, finishes, lamping, voltage, ballast information and mounting details.
Samples of shades, glass diffuser material, metals and metal finish samples are submitted for approval prior to proceeding with mock-ups.