Landscape Architect & Specifier News

APR 2017

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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60 Landscape Architect and Specifier News Farrell Road, Maricopa, Arizona, Tribal Lands of the Ak- Chin Indians Top, Left: The lighting along the roadway here in the tribal lands is also solar lighting ('Design Series', SolarOne Solutions). These sun-facing solar cells wrap 340 o around the poles to collect the intense Arizona sun, solar collection dimensions of 8.4' x 30". The solar collectors are adhesive backed and riveted. The luminaires are solid state LEDs and full cutoffs, i.e., 'Dark Sky'-friendly. The manufacturer asserts zero maintenance on the lighting for at least 10 years. Trotter's Park, Orlando, Fla. Top, Right: Trotter's Park was originally the home of the Ben White Raceway. The 100-acre public park offers 4-lighted soccer fields, 4-lighted baseball fields, restroom and concession facilities, biking and blading trails. The lighting is on 24'6" spun cast concrete poles (Ameron Pole Products 'VEFX07.5' pole), with aluminum arms and scrolls. St. Louis Arch – CityArchRiver Project Bottom, Left: The geometric designed lighting at the St. Louis Gateway Arch grounds is the 'Linea 450' luminaire (HessAmerica). These extruded aluminum rectangular luminaires each have 2 'LEVO' LED modules producing 4000K 'neutral white' illumination. The modules have 14 high-power LEDs and a single piece prismatic lens molded from optical acrylic. The lighting is on 15' straight rectangular aluminum poles.

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