Grand Light designed & fabricated custom lighting fixtures & replications of chandeliers, wall sconces, and ceiling lights for Yale University Schwarzman Center renovation project located in New Haven, Connecticut.
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 designed an LED retrofit solution for Fairfield University's DiMenna-Nyselius Library utilizing custom 3000k LED Kits which reduced the total energy consumption of the entire configuration by half while maintaining a maximum output of 2,000lm and a 50,000 hours lifespan.
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 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.
Grand Light was selected to design and manufacture several custom lighting fixtures for Yale Divinity School including the replication of existing historic iron and brass chandeliers, various custom multi-tiered crystal chandeliers, a massive brass and crystal chandelier, and numerous custom handcrafted pendant lights.
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 bronze pendant light and ceiling mount historic interior lighting fixtures from Yale University's Sterling Memorial Library Manuscripts & Archives located in New Haven, Connecticut.
Grand Light restored interior pendants, ceiling lights, and wall sconces. Each fixture was ultrasonically and hand cleaned to remove excess corrosion and multiple applications of museum grade, UV resistant clear metal wax was applied to conserve the existing finish.
Grand Light was selected to refinish the massive 8 ft tall, 800+lbs courthouse doors. The restoration of these doors included repairing and filling holes, removing all aged finish, and an application of a new custom red rust patina.