The City of Satellite Beach, Florida, had old, corroded fixtures at the local skate park. In order to maintain the integrity of the facility, the lighting had to be upgraded.
The Villas of Suntree wished to create a more personable walking area to attract evening strolls and family outings. We changed out the existing poles and light fixture globes to new modern fittings.
Cumberland International at the Palm Bay location contracted us to upgrade the existing interior lighting to a new LED Highbay fixtures. Improving overall lighting while lowering energy costs.
Custom Industrial Products of Melbourne, wished to replace 92 – 4’ 4 lamp fluorescent fixtures in their warehouse area with 25’ high ceilings with lighting levels were below recommended levels.
Blue lights now illuminate the large oak tree every night near the Historic Downtown Melbourne arch, serving as an evening entry landmark to the New Haven Avenue commercial corridor.
Suntree Plaza in North Melbourne, had old sconce lights that used outdated 13 watt compact fluorescent lamps and ballast. The fixtures were corroded and in disrepair.
The goal of this project for Indian River County Facility was to add exterior light to the Vero Beach Water Towers. No light existed which made it difficult during emergency night calls.
Oceana Condo is a new construction project that Florida Bulb & Ballast, Inc., designed and sold in 2018. All exterior lighting was to be compliant with the Turtle Conservation Program.
Percepta was a re-lamp project where we removed nearly 1,300 old and outdated fluorescent lamps and electronic ballast, and replaced with LED lamps to improve the quality of lighting.
The Racquet Club was a replacement project where Florida Bulb & Ballast, Inc. removed old, rotted wooden poles and replaced with new 10’ aluminum black poles with decorative bases and die cast globe fitters, re-using existing polycarbonate globes.
Spyglass Plaza was a replacement fixture project that Florida Bulb & Ballast, Inc., was asked to provide state of the art lighting for, replacing HID Lighting with LED.
FAAC is a replacement project that Florida Bulb & Ballast, Inc., worked with the Maintenance Department to provide brighter lighting, increased lumen output, and better quality of light for the Production Control Room and Stairwells.
Ocean Walk South Tower is a replacement project that Florida Bulb & Ballast, Inc., worked with Management and Maintenance to provide new LED inside hallway sconce and ceiling fixtures.
Cloud 9, located in the Merritt Square Mall, had a combination of 2X2 and 2X4 fluorescent troffers. The client worked with Shelly to replace the existing fixtures with corresponding LED flat panels.