Encelium Intelligent Lighting System Case Studies
• Greater Rochester International Airport Cell Lot
• Buffalo Bills – Ralph Wilson Stadium
• West Irondequoit Central School District
• O'Connor Chevrolet | Letter of recommendation (PDF)
• Goshow Case Study
• Encelium Liberty Property Trust Case Study
• Toronto General Hospital Case Study
• Price Chopper Case Study
• Rogers Centre Case Study
• Frost & Sullivan Case Study
• Thomas Jefferson University
• Hospital Merck Case Study
West Irondequoit CSD High School Pool
For the last 6 years we've had (68) 400 watt metal halide lamps and ballasts in our Aquatics Facility. They typically only lasted approximately 2 1/2 years and would have the pool look yellow and the blue water would look green. They used an enormous amount of energy and made an already humid environment even hotter. With the new LED custom retrofit kits provided by JACOMB Lighting, we were able to re-use the existing lighting fixtures to minimize pool down-time and keep the expense of the project within our budget.
St Ann's Community
I just want to take this opportunity to express my thoughts on the lighting project that Jacomb competed for St Ann's Community. Over the last few years we have had many large projects on our campus. Thanks to the professionalism of Jacomb it was one of the smoothest we encountered. Bill Gauthier and his staff were a big part of why this project even happened.
Barnard Fire District
On behalf of the Barnard Fire District I would like to extend our appreciation for the time, work and effort that was put forth on your part with the lighting project that was completed last summer. From the point of presenting the project with its benefits and savings to our commission for their approval, to the time of installation of the last bulb, you were there to answer all questions that I had. You made the process of submitting for assistance from RG&E as simple as it could have been and without your help I may still be filling out paperwork.
O'Connor Chevrolet: Car Lot Lighting
O'Connor Chevrolet was facing the all-so-familiar situation of how to increase light output and quality of light, reduce overall energy consumption and improve the bottom line for their parking lot. Mark O'Connor (owner) and Chris Snyder's (GM) goal was to move away from the 1,000-watt metal halide fixtures (high energy consumption and high maintenance) to 260-watt high output LED fixtures to reduce energy consumption and maintenance costs, but also to improve overall light quality. As a car dealer, the goal at night is to have the highest possible quality of light to show off their inventory as possible to sell more cars.