Grand Light is restoring exterior lanterns from the historic James A. Farley Post Office Building, apart of the Pennsylvania Station Moynihan Train Hall expansion building project located on 8th Avenue in New York City.
Grand Light is restoring numerous large historic chandeliers from the The Jewish Center located at 131 West 86th Street in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York. The restoration will include the cleaning/conservation of existing steel components and a new antique brass patina finish with burnished highlights for all brass components.
This project consists of the renovation and restoration of the existing United States Military Academy (West Point) Eisenhower Barracks historic exterior lanterns, ceiling lights, and wall sconces.
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 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 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 and refinishing large exterior lantern luminaires from the East Clinton Street Bridge located over the Chenango River in Binghamton, New York.
Grand Light has been selected to restore the chandeliers, ceiling & pendant lights from EF New York International Language Campus.
Grand Light was selected to retrofit historic interior pendant lights and semi-flush mount lighting fixtures with custom energy efficient LED technology kits for St Peter's Church located in Plattsburgh, New York.
Grand Light is restoring the original interior chandeliers, plaster wall sconces, and flush mounts from the historic Marriott Syracuse Downtown. This project will involve a wide range of restoration techniques, including conservation of the existing finishes, complete refinishing, and the cleaning, hand polishing, and repair of crystal components.