Simmons University: LED Lighting and controls upgrade
Founded in 1899, Simmons is a private university that sits in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts. Featuring a historic campus and 8:1 student/faculty ratio, Simmons delivers a high quality and boutique experience to its students. This includes close attention to the operations of its buildings as well.
The efficiency solutions group's LED lighting team engineered this design/build project to feature new lighting, retrofitted lamps and fixtures with added occupancy controls. A turnkey project, this upgrade started with a no-cost audit to identify the opportunities and resulted in retrofits taking place in two primary buildings on campus, including the Main College Building and the sports center.
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Installing around student schedules
Another challenge we tackle on all university projects is working around staff and student schedules. Our team completed the project in a combination of 1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts to finish the job with as minimal disruption as possible.
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