Projects Archive

Mandalay Bay’s Convention Center Turns to Energy Efficient Lighting

MGM Resorts International has implemented an innovative wireless control network at its Mandalay Bay Convention Center to digitize more than 1,600 light fixtures covering approximately 1 million square feet of floor space across six exhibit halls. Current, powered by GE, installed its Daintree wireless controls network

Grieving mother calls for lighting and barriers at Cork quay where son drowned

Grieving,mother,calls,for,lighting,and,barriers,at,Cork,qua A grieving mother has called for lighting and barriers to be installed at a Cork city quay where her son tragically drowned last year. Ciaran Fitzgerald was walking home after a night out when he stumbled at Horgan’s Quay and fell into the

Minister orders audit into school cleaning shambles

Every Melbourne state school will be audited amid concerns some cleaners have had their pay cut and are struggling to do their job. Education Minister James Merlino announced the audit after The Age revealed parents were complaining about dirty schools and some cleaners were being paid

Starting Smart City journeys with connected lighting

Starting Smart City journeys with connected lighting. While a discussion around implementing Smart City initiatives can often get city planners and managers excited about the opportunities that technology can enable, the budget available is often the biggest stumbling block to getting started. However, the

Illuminating force: Custom lighting market flourishing

CLEVER ASSOCIATION BELGRAVIA HOUSE PROJECT FEATURING LIGHTING CONTROLLED BY LUTRON HOMEWORKS QS Lighting may not be as high as priority as entertainment or automation for some, but with margins attractive it is an increasingly lucrative business for those willing to make the investment in

City considers $2.8 mil LED lighting upgrade

Street LED Project (Photo: Times Record News/file photo) The move will also reduce the production of chemicals in the environment including elimination of more than 2,386 tons of carbon dioxide, 1,446 pounds of sulfur dioxide and 2,328 pounds of nitrogen oxides. Wichita Falls has worked

Smart Home Security Camera Sends Footage to Wrong Person, Is Maybe Not So Smart After All

Internet-connected devices are known for having their fair share of security issues—especially when it comes to cameras. But here’s a new one: the BBC reported this week that a smart home security camera started sending video clips to the wrong person. The BBC first caught wind of

ATS gives Quala greater depth in tankcar and high-hazard cleaning services

ALPHA Technical Services (ATS) has to be one of the most diversified and specialized operations in the Quala portfolio. It also is one of the largest in physical size. Acquired by Quala in mid-2017, ATS occupies a roughly 30-acre site in Pasadena, Texas. The

County hoping cleaning ditches means fewer floods

County of Grande Prairie Council has approved borrowing $1.9-million for what is being called an enhanced ditch cleaning program. This would see topsoil that was washed into the ditches during flooding dug up and put back onto farmer’s fields. Public Works Director Dale VanVolkingburgh says

Gardening: Larkspur to the rescue

Stone House Garden made it through the garden walk and by all accounts it was a great success. Folks loved the color and diversity of plants. The purple garden is always the fave of visitors and this year it was a challenge due again