Landscape Architect & Specifier News

MAY 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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110 Landscape Architect and Specifier News 2017 Specifier's Guide lighting Bollards / Illuminated See ad on page 191 Information Request # 9473 Wayne Tyler 858-560-4800 Wayne Tyler Architectural Concrete Lighted Bollards. Built using reinforced concrete, bronze, brass, copper and aluminum these bollards will hold up in any environment and under the toughest weather conditions. Illuminated, non- illuminated and barrier options available. Information Request # 9474 Barron Lighting Group 888-533-3948 The ELB traditional louvered bollard uses LED technology to deliver uniform illumination, superior spacing and low glare. The ELB offers durable extruded aluminum housing coated with a UV resistant powder finish to protect against the elements. See ad on page 123 Information Request # 9104 Dabmar Lighting, Inc. Dabmar Lighting has developed as a fiberglass turtle-safe bollard that was recently approved by Florida Fish and Wildlife. This 20w LED unit comes in 120-277v and includes a 3-year warranty. 805-604-9090 Teka Illumination - BK Lighting See ad on page 109 Information Request # 9269 TWB Series with Chip On Board Technology and Integrated Components. COB Technology allows higher lumen packages with greater color consistent management. Integrated components like Hi/Low Switching for customized motion setting and receptacle options. 805-434-3511 Solera Corp See ad on page 121 Information Request # 9419 Floor mounted contemporary bollard with glow lens. Fabricated and extruded aluminum housing construction with silicone sealed opal diffusive acrylic lens. All external hardware is stainless steel. 877-765-3722 See ad on page 122 Information Request # 9716 Temple Garden Outdoor Lighting Temple Garden Lights. Beautiful by design. Locally hand-crafted using natural and sustainably- sourced materials: stone, metal, jatoba wood, and innovative applications of advanced technology low-voltage lamping. 360-509-6101

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