We are proud to announce that we are officially a business member of BOMA Québec. BOMA Quebec is the go-to authority when it comes to real estate management and operations in the province. We look forward to bringing our lighting expertise to the table while learning more about the challenges facing the real estate industry.
We’re pleased to announce that, for the 7th year in a row, Concept Illumination has been accredited by ContractorCheck. ContractorCheck is an independent third party health and safety program for contractors. The ContractorCheck evaluations include a complete assessment of health & safety policies and procedures, training, and insurance compliance. Accreditation demonstrates Concept Illumination’s ongoing commitment to health & safety.
In the past if you wanted to eliminate your ballasts you were only able to so at 120-277V. As ballasts become more expensive and harder to find, these new direct wire tubes from Universal Douglas allow you to bypass them, even at 347V.
We are excited to announce that Concept Illumination will be an exhibitor at the Contech Building Expo in Montreal on November 3rd at the Palais des Congrès. We hope to have the pleasure of meeting you at booth 707 to show you our new products and to discuss your upcoming lighting projects.
Our offices will be closed for the construction holiday from July 24th to August 6th inclusively. We will be back on August 7th to serve you.
The redesigned Viper includes scalable area and flood designs capable of complementing contemporary or traditional architecture. These modular fixtures are available with a variety of lumen outputs and distributions to satisfy a wide range of applications.
Next to Lac Saint-Louis in Pointe Claire, Quebec sits L’Aristocrate, a prestigious condominium complex built in 1982 comprised of 133 units. The complex offers a wide variety of facilities including indoor and outdoor pools; a sauna and jacuzzi; outdoor barbecue area with tables; library; exercise room and more. With the original outdoor light fixtures and structures aging and becoming more costly to operate, the condo board decided to update the lighting system, and approved replacing and repairing the existing poles and bases. After meeting with several companies, the condo board decided to retain Concept Illumination for the project.