New Haven, CT - Sterling Chemistry Building, a part of Yale University in New Haven's Science Hill for almost 6 decades, has tasked Grand Light to replicate the wrought iron and cast bronze fixture and create custom cut glass globes to replace existing plastic globes.
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New York, NY - Columbia University was founded in 1754 and it is the oldest institution of higher learning in the state of New York, the fifth in the United States. Over the years, the University expanded and changed locations, until in 1897, President of the University, Seth Low, built the Morningside Heights campus, as part of his grand design for an ideal University. This campus, located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is where Columbia University prospers to these days.
Grand Light was contracted by Columbia University to reproduce lighting components on existing lamp posts throughout the Morningside campus.
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"Kaplan and Fisher are quite happy with the way the repair/restoration has been handled, especially since, through their research and recommendations from city engineers, they found that the best people for the job were local companies: Cheshire's John Canning & Co., Ltd. Painting & Conservation Studios and Grand Light & Supply, which has restored all the light fixtures, calling in Branford stained-glass artist Jayne Crowley for her expertise."