Grand Light is restoring the historic chandeliers from the Unitarian Church of All Souls renovation project located on Lexington Avenue on the East Side of the borough of Manhattan in New York City.
Grand Light restored multiple exterior lighting fixtures installed at the entry of the private liberal arts college, Smith College, located in Northampton, MA.
Grand Light was selected to restore numerous historic lighting fixtures, including chandeliers, ceiling lighting, wall sconces, pendant lights, and exterior lanterns, from Harvard University's Lowell House located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Grand Light is manufacturing several massive custom chandeliers & pendant lights for Yale Divinity School, located in New Haven, Connecticut.
Grand Light designed and fabricated an amazing array of custom chandeliers and wall sconces for the Persian Terrace. The new fixtures closely matched the original fixtures' style and aesthetics, while complimenting the colors of the ornate faux wood ceiling and original hand painted images.
Grand Light restored exterior lanterns from the U.S. Navy's oldest continuously operating shipyard, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. The restoration involved removing the existing painted finish, media blast and refinish with a semi gloss black finish and a UV resistant protective lacquer top coat.
Grand Light fabricated custom chandelier replications based on a historic photograph for the Senate Chamber at the Massachusetts State House located in Boston, Massachusetts.
Grand Light is restoring and custom replicating historic ceiling lights and exit signs from the famous Sag Harbor Cinema theater restoration project located in Sag Harbor, New York.
Grand Light is restoring large cast iron exterior lighting standards and a cast iron street clock from the New London City Hall. Metal components will be media blasted, primed, and painted along with multiple applications of a UV resistance protective lacquer top coat for a Verdi antique bronze finish.
Grand Light is restoring large chandeliers from the Trinity United Methodist Church located in Springfield, Massachusetts. The existing finish shall be cleaned and conserved, and sixty-six new amber mica lenses for exterior lights will be fabricated.