Grand Light restored numerous historic exterior lanterns and ceiling lights from the United States Military Academy (West Point) renovation project. Each lantern was walnut blasted to clean and conserve the existing verde green patina finish, and in areas of significant finish failure, re-patination of components or finish blending was required.
Grand Light recently removed and transported numerous historic exterior lighting fixtures from the Moynihan Train Hall restoration project which project which expands the nation's busiest train station, Pennsylvania Station, New York across 8th Avenue into the historic James A. Farley Post Office Building
Grand Light restored the large historic exterior lanterns located along the West Point Pershing Barracks facade. These beautiful lanterns were restored using a plethora of restoration techniques including surface preparation, application of rich epoxy primer, and an exterior architectural semi gloss black powder finish.
Grand Light was selected by Ducci Electrical Contractor to restore large historic exterior lanterns located along the Pershing Barracks facade. Utilizing a lull forklift and ladders, Grand Light's onsite specialists successfully removed the historic exterior lanterns for transportation to Grand Light's lighting restoration factory.
Grand Light has been selected to restore numerous historical fixtures including chandeliers, lanterns, wall sconces, stoups, and pendant lights. Lighting restoration specialist traveled to Paterson, NJ to pack and deliver these historic fixtures from the Diocese of Paterson in Clifton, New Jersey.