CASE STUDIES

Gap, Inc. Lights Its Corporate HQ With NEXT Lighting – San Francisco, CA

The Need: Gap, Inc. cooperated with PG&E, Daintree Networks and NEXT Lighting in a study of Solid State Lighting and wireless lighting controls. Gap sought to save energy, increase light quality and include advanced lighting controls to improve the performance of it’s corporate HQ and parking structures.

GSA Selects NEXT Lighting For Its VA Administration Campus – Philadelphia, PA

The Need: As with most of the buildings managed by the U.S. government’s General Services Administration (GSA), this Department of Veterans Affair campus in Philadelphia was full of outdated 32 Watt T8 fluorescent fixtures.  The building was chosen by the GSA to participate in its 2015 Green Proving Ground (GPG) study of leading solid-state lighting technology…

Starbucks Coffee Company, Starbucks Center – Seattle, WA

The Need: A historic building constructed in 1912, Starbucks Center is the largest multi-tenant office building in Seattle, WA. Starbucks Coffee Company occupies over 1M ft2 and sought to save energy, eliminate mercury, improve light quality and illuminance all while maintaining existing fixtures…

Car Wash Palace,  Four Puget Sound Area Locations – Seattle, WA

The Need: Car Wash Palace operates 4 locations in the Puget Sound Area of Washington State. As an environmentally conscious company, they sought to save energy while addressing concerns about safety and approachability at night…

The Pacific Gas & Electric Food Service Technology Center – San Ramon, CA

The Need: The PG&E Food Service Technology Center is the industry leader in commercial kitchen energy efficiency and appliance performance testing. While its kitchen laboratory is state-of-the-art, the newly acquired office suite was lit wit T12s and in need of an upgrade…

Sumitomo Realty & Development Co. Ltd. – 123 Mission St., San Francisco, CA

The Need: The property had recently installed F28 T8 fluorescent lamps to reduce operating costs, but was unhappy with the reduced lighting levels that resulted from the change…

Hewlett Packard Data Center, Palo Alto, CA

The Need: HP’s data center was a hot and unhealthy environment for the workers maintaining its 50,000 sq. ft. of computers. The fluorescent tubes were were only adding to the heat generated by the rows of computers, and the data center was unable to add any additional computers due to the excessive heat…