Grand Light is restoring the historic interior and exterior lighting fixtures, including chandeliers, wall sconces, pendant lights, and lanterns, from Yale University's Stephen A. Schwarzman Center renovation project located in New Haven, Connecticut.
Grand Light is restoring the historic lighting fixtures, including chandeliers, ceiling lights, and wall sconces, from the renowned Waldorf Astoria New York renovation project.
Grand Light is restoring massive historic interior lighting fixtures, including cast brass chandeliers and pendant lights, from the First National Center located in Oklahoma City, OK.
Grand Light is restoring the massive historic silver chandeliers from the famous Newark Penn Station, the centerpiece of Pennsylvania Railroads and one of the busiest rail stations in the country.
Grand Light is restoring and replicating numerous historic exterior lanterns and wall lights from the Playland Amusement Park, owned by the Westchester County government and located in Rye, New York.
Grand Light is restoring numerous historic pendant lights, ceiling lights, and wall sconces from the historic Oregon Supreme Court Building, home to the Oregon Supreme Court, Oregon Court of Appeals, and the Oregon Judicial Department, located in Salem, Oregon.
Grand Light is restoring several historic crystal chandeliers for use in the newly developed Hotel West & Main, incorporating a reimagined 146-year old restored fire house once home to the Washington Fire Company, and located in Conshohocken, PA.
Grand Light is restoring and adding new LED technology retrofits to numerous massive, saucer-style chandeliers from the State University of New York at Albany's Colonial Quad located Albany, New York.
Grand Light is fabricating custom fixtures and historic replications of existing historic exterior lighting fixtures from Harvard University's Adams House located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Grand Light is restoring numerous historic exterior lanterns for the LaGuardia Airport Terminal B redevelopment project, the largest public-private partnership in US aviation history, located in Queens, New York City.