LED Downlights

LED Downlights

 

1001 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

  • Commercial Office
  • Washington, DC

Product At-A-Glance

 
GE Lumination LRX LED Downlights
  • 50,000 hour life rating
  • UL and cUL Listed
  • Suitable for Wet Locations
  • Spring Clips Clamp to Existing Frame
  • Install in most 4″, 6″, 8″, 12″ rough-in frames
  • 3000K, 3500K, 4000K
  • 5-Year Manufacturer Limited Warranty
International law firm, Crowell Moring is known for helping enterprises navigate complex legal challenges and create business solutions across the globe.

The Opportunity

Crowell Moring was in need of a more modern refreshed look in their Washington, DC office building.

Bay Lighting Solution

Bay Lighting got to work on a turn-key solution to their architectural lighting upgrade. After the initial consultation, our lighting specialist specified the design and secured the materials for installation. Recessed cans of various sizes including 3″, 4″, 5″, and 6″ were installed to replace existing fixtures but the majority of lights were 6″ round LED downlights by GE. These lights are an ideal retrofit solution and install with ease.

The Outcome

Upon project completion, Crowell Moring had a more modern lighting package in their common areas. This technology upgrade created a more universal look throughout the building.

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    GE Lumination LED Luminaires were selected to use in common areas throughout the property at 1001 Pennsylvania Avenue. The majority were 6″ round downlights used in the hallways.
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