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Yellowstone National Park – Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel

Grand Light is restoring numerous highly decorative and historic pottery ceiling lights from the historic Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel in Yellowstone National Park. These fixtures will undergo several different restoration techniques including removal of the existing finish and refinishing.
 

Internal Revenue Service Building

Grand Light was selected to restore the original exterior lanterns located on the IRS Headquarters. Each lantern was mechanically repaired, any missing parts were replicated by using the existing as models and each component was bead blasted and refinished.
 

Yellowstone National Park – Old Faithful Lodge

Grand Light was selected to restore and replicate the lighting fixtures from the historic Geyser Hall at the Old Faithful Lodge in Yellowstone National Park. These fixtures included 148 gothic-style pendant luminaires, of which 28 were replicated, as well as 40 larger luminaires of the same style.
 

Saenger Theatre

Grand Light was selected for restoration of the large chandelier which is showcased at the center of the Saenger Theater in Mobile Alabama. This 8 feet tall chandelier has three steel frames with over 10,000 faceted crystal graduated chains with an Initial inspection discovering an excess of 125 mechanical failures within the crystal support frames to be corrected.
 

New Haven Museum

Grand Light was selected to restore two large Bohemian crystal chandeliers from the New Haven Museum and Historical Society which required mechanical repair, rewiring, polishing, crystal replacement and all missing components were fabricated to closely match the originals.
Yale University Lanman Wright Hall 

Yale University – Lanman Wright Hall

Grand Light was selected to restore seven original exterior lanterns upgrade the existing lamps with modern fluorescent lighting technology. The original finish was removed to prepare the surface for a satin black refinish in addition to replacement frosted seedy glass panels.
 

Briton Hadden Memorial Building

The Briton Hadden Memorial, also known as the Yale Daily News building, is a part of the monumental gothic streetscape of York Street. The historic lighting fixtures being restored include a large 12-light boardroom chandelier, two wall sconces located in the corridor, and an exterior fixture located above the main entrance.
 

Washington Irving Intermediate School

Grand Light was selected to restore and refinish ten chandeliers from the school's auditorium, as well as creating custom exit sign faceplates with a matching finish.
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