LRI has been performing lighting upgrades and lighting control systems design and installation since 1992. We employ a staff with a combined experience of over 180 years providing detailed line-by-line lighting and controls surveys, comprehensive lighting and controls design and turnkey installation services. Our interactive savings analysis allows real-time energy savings tracking on a room-by-room basis, and can be customized to meet our clients’ needs. Several of our senior project managers are Certified Lighting Efficiency Professionals (CLEP) through the Association of Energy Engineers and several are also OSHA30 certified.
Recent lighting projects include replacement of garage HID fixtures with bi-level dimming LED fixtures, decorative atrium HID fixtures with custom-mounted LED fixtures and custom parking lot improvements which included HID replacement with LED fixtures and installation of new solar-powered LED fixtures.
LRI is leading the industry in providing multiple project options during the design and analysis to include typical fluorescent upgrades, LED lamp replacements in existing fixtures and new LED fixture installations. Hybrid designs, which combine all three lighting upgrade options in order to optimize project ROI, are the typical end result.
LRI has designed and built lighting controls systems of various types in all types of facilities throughout the country. Stand-alone lighting controls systems are the most prevalent, and provide the best ROI. Such systems are suitable for all types of federal and state facilities, as well as warehouses, office buildings, schools and medical facilities.
Centralized lighting controls systems connect the local controls to a centralized network and computer, which provide the maintenance personnel overall control of the lighting system in the form of time-clock controls, adjustable lighting levels via dimming controls & daylight harvesting and adjustable time periods after vacancy.
Integrated lighting controls systems connect the centralized system to an existing building automation controls computer (BACnet), which allows maintenance personnel to interactively relate and adjust HVAC and lighting systems based on space usage.