Grand Light is restoring multiple historic lighting fixtures, including chandeliers, pendants, & ceiling lights from the distinguished Smith College Alumnae House, located in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Grand Light is restoring numerous historic lighting fixtures, including large chandeliers and wall sconces, from the Jamaica Readiness Center at the Art Deco-style 168th Street Armory, constructed in 1936 and located in Jamaica, New York.
Grand Light is restoring large exterior lanterns, including extensive structural repairs, UL wiring/components, and a new durable powder coat finish, from the façade of Springfield Museum's George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum located in Springfield, MA.
Grand Light is restoring numerous historic lighting fixtures, including chandeliers, wall sconces, ceiling fixtures, & exterior lanterns, from Yale University's Humanities Quadrangle renovation project located at 320 York Street, New Haven CT.
Grand Light is restoring and replicating over forty historic exterior pole lights from the National World War I Memorial, formerly Pershing Park, located in Washington, D.C.
Grand Light is restoring multiple large pendant lighting fixtures from the renowned Harvard Cooperative Society, known as the Harvard COOP, located in Cambridge, MA.
Miss Porter's School is a historic and revered girl's college preparatory private school that is currently undergoing a renewal project with the dining room's multiple large chandeliers set to be restored by Grand Light.
Grand Light is restoring the historic lighting fixtures, including chandeliers, pendants, ceiling lights, & wall sconces from the circa 1880 Mary Baker Eddy Historic House located at 400 Beacon Street, Chestnut Hill, MA.
Grand Light is restoring and modifying large historic ceiling lights with a custom designed LED retrofit from the William McChesney Martin, Jr. Federal Reserve Board Building, built in the early 1970s and located on Constitution Ave NW &, 20th St NW, Washington, D.C.
Grand Light is restoring numerous historic exterior lanterns and wall lights from Connecticut College's ambitious multi-year renovation of existing campus facilities to support academic, athletic and residential needs of the College community.