human-centric lighting

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Human-centric lighting can create healthy buildings: report

A new report from Navigant Research examines the impact of human-centric lighting on building occupant health, well-being and productivity.
lighting products

Canadian Facility Management & Design

LiFi among best and brightest new lighting products

A LiFi solution was recognized as being among the best and brightest new lighting products in the past year at LIGHTFAIR® International last week.

REMI Network

Lighting updates top to-do list at B.C. library

Lighting upgrades are at the top of a list of projects in line to receive funding at the City of Delta's libraries.

REMI Network

Lighting upgrade cuts energy costs at exec suites

A recent lighting renovation at a Montreal-area business centre has reduced its energy costs by two-thirds
Beacon Hill Park

Canadian Facility Management & Design

New LED lighting for Beacon Hill Park in Quebec

To enhance its sports and recreational facilities and save energy, the city of Beaconsfield, Que., recently replaced the lighting at Beacon Hill Park.
introvert-friendly spaces

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Eyestrain on the rise in modern workplaces

Complaints about visual discomfort including eyestrain have increased as workplaces have prioritized efficient lighting and outdoor views.
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Lighting design that illuminates condo security

Lighting design can make a big difference in the safety and security of a condominium.
energy efficient

REMI Network

Boosting energy efficient upgrades may lower energy demand

Energy efficient improvements could help Canada reduce its energy consumption by up to 15 per cent by 2035.
mercury-containing lamps

REMI Network

Proposed bill on mercury-containing lamps debated at Senate committee

Members of the Senate of Canada recently debated Bill C-238, which calls for a national strategy for safely disposing mercury-containing lamps.

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Legrand invests in Building Control Systems division

Legrand, North America's investments in its Building Control Systems division include new facilities in San Jose, Carlsbad, Pleasant Grove and Orem.
lighting systems

Canadian Facility Management & Design

How to prolong the lifespan of lighting systems

Along with the direct energy savings that LEDs offer, facilities are also realizing cost savings by prolonging their lighting system through best practices.
Pretium GRG Building Engineers

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Chinese investment consortium acquires LEDVANCE

OSRAM has sold LEDVANCE, a general lighting provider for professional users and retail customers, to a Chinese investment consortium.
lighting for hazardous locations

Facility Cleaning & Maintenance

Selecting lighting for hazardous locations

Explosion-proof fixtures are a safety requirement in industrial and storage facilities where flammable gases and vapours, combustible dust or ignitable fibres may be present in the atmosphere.
Pretium GRG Building Engineers

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Legrand acquires lighting manufacturer

Connecticut-based Legrand, North America, a global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, has acquired Original Cast Lighting, Inc.
led lamps

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Four reasons LED lamps fail prematurely

LEDs make big claims about savings potential, but how much of this is marketing hype?
RioCan and Concert

Canadian Facility Management & Design

LEDVANCE names Matt McCarron VP, industrial commercial channel

Matt McCarron has been named the new vice president of the industrial commercial channel for LEDVANCE's U.S. and Canada branches.

Design Quarterly

IESBC celebrates B.C.’s lighting professionals

The Illuminating Engineering Society of British Columbia (IESBC) has announced its winners for the 2016 Vision Awards. The not-for-profit celebrates outstanding B.C. lighting engineers and designers