The team at Concept Illumination hopes all of you are doing well and staying safe. We wanted to let all our clients know that we continue to take pandemic seriously and are holding meetings and performing site audits in compliance with government health regulations and recommendations. Proper lighting is essential to ensuring the security and safety of your facility. So, if you have an LED lighting project planned for 2020, now is the time to start planning for fall installations.
Want to check out a few examples of our past work? You can view them here.
We look forward to continuing to service your lighting needs in 2020 and beyond. Take care and stay safe!
Located in Longueuil, a short drive from downtown Montreal, Carrefour Saint-Hubert features a variety of retail tenants including Jean Coutu, Super C, Dollarama, and the SAQ. The 165,600 sq.ft. complex offers the growing community ample parking to meet their shopping needs. The property operators, First Capital REIT (FCR), decided it was time to upgrade the exterior lighting system to LED. The old post-top fixtures were removed and new shoebox-style LED fixtures were bolted onto the sides of the poles. New aluminum caps were installed at the top of the pole to protect the structure and the wiring from the elements. The finish of the new LED fixtures and caps was matched to the existing poles resulting in a uniform installation.
The office building at 6100 Trans Canada Highway is a 60,000 sq.ft. facility in a high-traffic, high-visibility location in Pointe-Claire, Quebec. When the property owner embarked on a project to replace aging lampposts in the parking lot, the initial goal was to ensure its tenants’ safety. It was also the perfect opportunity to improve the curb appeal of the building by upgrading the exterior lighting at the same time. Concept Illumination proposed two single LED luminaires for the two poles in the front, and double luminaires everywhere else, for a total of 12 fixtures. The transformation has been remarkable. Visibly brighter, the new LED luminaires offer a wide distribution and even illumination of the parking lot and building pathways.
The high-performance LPL LED Parking Lot Light is the culmination of energy-efficient LED lighting in a modular design. It features the latest LED technology, an optional integrated motion sensor, tool-less entry and a ventilator valve, while providing excellent lighting and uniformity for large area/site applications. The LPL is well-suited for high output applications such as parking lots, roadways, automotive and service centres, and parks and recreation facilities.
Drive Edge-Lit provides a balance of visual comfort and performance in two sleek low-profile housing sizes. A wide range of lumen outputs and photometric distributions paired with a specially designed lens makes these stylish luminaires the ideal solution for parking garage and canopy applications.
This economical LED high bay fixture offers a slim, compact design with a low glare frosted lens that can be removed. Available with a choice three wattages, two colour temperatures, and an input voltage of 120-347V, it is a flexible and cost-effective solution for replacing outdated fluorescent luminaires. This fixture works well in manufacturing and warehouse applications.
The Ratio family is available in two sizes for area lighting and five sizes for flood lighting as well as a variety of outputs allowing you to customize your lighting design to meet application requirements. With a new spin on a classic rectilinear form, Ratio brings a traditional luminaire aesthetic into the next generation of LED lighting. Ratio features a dense optical array which provides reduced pixelation and increased visual comfort without compromising performance. Designed for sustained, long-term performance with advanced thermal management, an elegantly simple heat sink and industry leading surge protection.
Located at one of the busiest retail intersections in Montreal’s downtown core, 1411 Crescent is a beautiful art deco structure built in 1934. BTB Real Estate Investment Trust sought to enhance the building’s facade to make it more impactful on this vital city block. Concept Illumination recommended the installation of architectural linear LED grace fixtures. The new lighting successfully highlights the unique architectural elements at the top of each column. It also catches and enhances the carved features at the base of each building, and the banners that are affixed at the first floor office level.
Owners and operators of gymnasiums, warehouses and light industrial working environments will appreciate this linear high bay luminaire, whose precision optics will enhance the aesthetics of their space. Wide and narrow distribution options are available for open area and aisle applications, and visual comfort can also be enhanced with a broad selection of lens choices.
Concept Illumination will be exhibiting at this year’s MCEE. This show is held in Montreal every 2 years and is for anyone whose work involves building mechanics, electricity or lighting; it’s the largest meeting place for industry members in Eastern Canada. Our team will be on hand to talk lighting, including new technology, retrofit projects and rebates.