New Haven, CT - Grand Light has completed restoration work on four historic lighting fixtures from Yale University's Briton Hadden Memorial Building, home to the Yale Daily News.
New Haven, CT - Grand Light has begun the process of restoring & modifying fourteen historic bronze lighting fixtures from the exterior of the City Hall in Springfield, Massachusetts.
New Haven, CT - The restoration and replication of 216 Gothic-style pendant lighting fixtures from Yellowstone National Park's Old Faithful Lodge has been completed.
New Haven, CT - Whether a lighting restoration project involves minor repairs or recreating an entire fixtures that had been lost or destroyed, work on historic glass can often require the use of replacement material.
Yellowstone National Park, WY - Steady progress is being made on the historic lighting fixtures from the recreation hall of the Old Faithful Lodge in Yellowstone National Park.
PHILADELPHIA, PA - The replication and restoration of a large outdoor lantern
from the Shrine of the Miraculous Medal has been completed.
Yellowstone National Park, WY - Grand Light recently dispatched a two-man team to the historic Old Faithful Lodge to remove and transport 188 lighting fixtures from Geyser Hall for restoration and replication.
WEEHAWKEN, NJ - Work continues on the complete
restoration of eight wall sconces from Weehawken High School and
Theodore Roosevelt School in Weehawken, NJ.
NEW HAVEN, CT - An outdoor lighting fixture, previously restored by Grand Light, has been replicated for installation at Yale University's Calhoun College.
Replication work continued on through the weekend which has successfully yielded the cage of the lantern and all of the iron scrolls which connect the fixture to it's mounting destination, and lantern's cage to the pole.
Grand Light recently slumped eight glass bowls for the historic Paola Community Center building in Paola, Kansas.
The building, built in 1918, originally served as the Ursuline Sisters Academy Boarding School. It was recently given to the community by the Ursuline Sisters, and renovated for use as a community center. Today, the building serves as an arts showcase for Paola and Miami County's diverse communities, offering multicultural arts and education programming.