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Leading Consumer Goods Manufacturer to Save 1.2M kWh of Energy and Improve Manufacturing Environment
The facilities team at a leading Northern New England consumer manufacturing company wanted to begin upgrading their manufacturing areas to reduce operating costs and improve the lighting output for the workforce.
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital to Save 314,837 kWh of Energy, Lower Costs, and Improve Occupant Experience
NCRH needed to accomplish two essential building initiatives - upgrade the entire hospital’s lighting to LED to provide better lighting output for the patients, visitors, and the workforce and better NVRH’s EPA ENERGY STAR rating for Hospitals.
The facility manager at the manufacturing company developed a lighting strategy using IP66 rated fixtures that could withstand the harsh environment and storm-induced outages and improve lighting output throughout.
Dartmouth College Prepares Their Network Infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT) and New Building Technologies
As the facility and technology leaders started to learn more about and implement new building technologies, they quickly surmised that IoT and other emerging technologies would have a direct impact on their network infrastructure.
When creating the infrastructure design for the Station, LEDG was challenged to balance the historical preservation of this unique facility with the need to provide passengers with a modern travel experience.
New Hampshire Ball Bearing Begins Facility-Wide Upgrade to Lower Energy Costs and Improve Workforce Experience
Download PDF CHALLENGE New Hampshire Ball Bearings, Inc. (NHBB) is a leading manufacturer of precision bearings and complex bearing assemblies for the aerospace, defense, medical, dental, and high technology markets. The company operates three manufacturing facilities in the US and employs over 1,500 workers. Founded in Peterborough, NH in 1946,