Landscape Architect & Specifier News

AUG 2013

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product focus: area/street lighting Petersen Mfg. Co. P. M. Lighting, LLC ANP Lighting Classic Recreation World Premiere World Premiere World Premiere Decorative bollards add beautiful security lighting for walkways and building perimeters. There are many styles of lighted and unlighted bollards available. PM7H Path Light - Solid Copper half-top path light for unsurpassed quality and function. Made In USA to the highest quality standards. LED or halogen options. Los Angeles teams with ANP for Bridge Renovation. This heavy duty cast aluminum constructed custom luminaire works seamlessly with massive bracketed arms. New solar PKG features an obscure, vandal-resistant solar panel with integrated photocell (on rooftop) and a compression ring with battery controller and LED light. Information Request # 1000 Information Request # 1001 Information Request # 1002 Information Request # 1003 www.petersenmfg.com www.pmlighting.com www.anplighting.com www.classicrecreation.com Selux Corp. B-K Lighting CAST Lighting Shakespeare Composite Structures The Ritorno LED Family takes a clean architectural design and creates even, shadow-less illumination for maximum visual comfort and ambiance. Precision 2 In-grade with color tuning BKSSL technology features a 7" diameter in-grade with BKSSL integrated solid state system with "X" technology. A designers dream. CAST Impressionist Directional Light (CID140) leverages LED technology for unprecedented design flexibility and performance. Streetscapes old and new - bring beauty to streetscapes with the strong, durable composite decorative poles. They will never rust or rot, and insects won't eat them. Information Request # 1004 Information Request # 1005 Information Request # 1006 Information Request # 1007 www.Selux.com www.bklighting.com www.cast-lighting.com www.skp-cs.com Transpo Industries W.J. Whatley Flagpole Warehouse Sternberg Lighting FHWA approved, Break-Safe® and Pole-Safe® give designers the greatest flexibility in sizing poles for specific lighting and wayfinding requirements. Xtreme™ decorative lamp posts and bases – architectural lighting solutions, durability beyond expectations with architecturalgrade lamp posts. Energy-saving LED bulbs prevent lightpollution and light trespass. Purchase with new flagpole or retrofit. Available for commercial and residential application. Leading manufacturer of both LED, traditional and contemporary decorative outdoor luminaires. We offer a wide selection of ornamental poles, coordinating bollards. Information Request # 1008 Information Request # 1009 Information Request # 1010 Information Request # 1011 http://transpo.com/Wayfinding.html www.Whatley.com www.flagpolewarehouse.com www.SternbergLighting.com Elegant Lighting Tivoli, LLC King Luminaire Company Union Metal Our company is active throughout every step of production to ensure that the beautiful piece of art that graces your landscape is sheer perfection. When color matters, Tivoli is the choice. As a market leader in emerging LED linear lighting, we provide visible delineation or concealed illumination effects. The Washington concrete pole complements the historic feel of the K124 Paragon luminaire which can be in HID or LED. For over 100 years, we've produced decorative light and traffic poles. This custom project in Bridgman, Mich. is one of our engineered designs. Information Request # 1012 Information Request # 1013 Information Request # 1014 Information Request # 1015 www.ElegantLighting.com www.tivolilighting.com www.StressCreteGroup.com www.UnionMetal.com 30 Landscape Architect and Specifier News *To receive more information from vendors, use the reader service card on page 139.

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