As part of an ongoing sustainability initiative, the city of Virginia Beach has selected Cooper Lighting for a range of interior and exterior LED lighting upgrades to its Virginia Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau.
With the intention of reducing energy and maintenance costs, as well as improving lighting quality, the city is in the process of replacing the Visitors Bureau’s existing high-intensity discharge (HID) lighting with more energy-efficient LED fixtures from Cooper Lighting.
On the exterior, Cooper Lighting McGraw-Edison Concise LED Canopy fixtures, Talon LED Area Luminaires, and Lumark LED Wal-Pak fixtures will illuminate the building and parking lot, providing security lighting to both the perimeter and parking lot areas. On the interior, Halo Stasis LED Track Luminaires will brighten a glass mural and Halo LED Recessed Downlights will be in the facility’s interior. Sure-Lites LED exit signs will also be installed throughout the building.
“The resulting energy savings and return on investment associated with switching to LED lighting make it a practical choice for facility owners looking to save money while improving light levels,” said Mark Eubanks, vice president and general manager at Cooper Lighting. “We’re pleased the city of Virginia Beach recognizes the benefits of Cooper Lighting LED products.”