Commercial Projects

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Sample Commercial Projects Sunlite has Participated In

City Hall In 2014, Sunlite, Science and Technology, Inc. helped improve the exterior lighting of the Lawrence City Hall/Municipal Building by installing SunStar25 can lights that dramatically helped improve the light output in the entrance.
Checkers In 2014, Sunlite, Science and Technology, Inc. installed strip lighting in the Checkers grocery store with the SunStrip30 fixture, dramatically improving the light output and color temperature displayed over the area.
Forum In 2013 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. moved out of the Bioscience & Technology Business Center, where its offices were housed for 3 years, and out of 345 N Iowa Street, where it rented warehouse space for 16 years from PUR-O-ZONE, to a newly purchased warehouse and office space at 4811 Quail Crest Place. By relocating both sets of current employees to an unoccupied + foreclosed on warehouse, Sunlite fills an existing vacancy on Quail Crest Place, increasing business occupancy along this road. Sunlite's expansion timing also leaves no density vacancies behind, with Pure-O-Zone set to expand into the rest of their warehouse and several companies ready to expand within the BTBC but not graduate out of it. Sunlite then began to retrofit the old building with new Sunlite fixtures bringing new life and efficiency to Quail Crest Place.
CWP In 2014 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. again updated the lighting for Custom Wood Product show room the Center for Design Research (a Center for Sustainability and Research Development).
CDR In 2014 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. again updated the lighting for the KU Center for Design Research (a Center for Sustainability and Research Development). With the use of the 2 rows of 90 degree SunStrip40 LED strip lights on the top, the green wall is now getting more even lighting across the wall. the Center for Design Research (a Center for Sustainability and Research Development).
Forum In 2014 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. supported the efforts of Studio 804, Inc. (a not-for-profit corporation committed to the continued research and development of sustainable, affordable, and inventive building solutions via the education of graduate students entering the final year of the Master of Architecture program at the University of Kansas School of Architecture, Design and Planning) and the University of Kansas in the creation of The Forum (an addition to the University of Kansas Marvin Hall).
Neuvant West Sunlite Science and Technology LED lighting fixtures were integrated into the design across Lawrence's new Neuvant West facility providing low wattage bright light in the kitchen, bathrooms, office, and main 'living room' areas. Indirect and direct efficient Sunlite LED light fixtures were incorporated into the main 'living room' area, the kitchen, the office, and each patient rooms individual bathrooms. Sunlite LED fixtures SunStrip40, SunStrip10, and revolutionary IC rated LED can light SunStar50 were used in the lighting of this project.
Seabury Gym In 2014 Sunlite Science & Technology was pleased to work hand in hand with the Bishop Seabury Academy staff and Del Sol Electric to revolutionize the lighting at the Bishop Seabury Academy Gymnasium. Indirect and direct efficient Sunlite LED light fixtures were incorporated into the gym to reduce the total power consumption from over 12,000 watts down to 5,850 watts while increasing the light level on the court by over 200%.
Eco Hawks In 2014 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. helped improve the lighting in the Union Pacific Underpass Tunnels (Lawrence, KS) by installing strip lights that dramatically increased the light output and color temperature of the tunnels.
S+S In 2014 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. installed display cabinet lights in the S&S Tactical Showroom (Lawrence, KS).
Eco Hawks In 2013 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. supported the efforts of Studio 804, Inc. (a not-for-profit corporation committed to the continued research and development of sustainable, affordable, and inventive building solutions via the education of graduate students entering the final year of the Master of Architecture program at the University of Kansas School of Architecture, Design and Planning) and the University of Kansas (KU in Lawrence, Kansas) in the creation of the Hill Engineering Research & Development Center.
CDR In 2012 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. updated the Green wall Lighting for the KU Center for Design Research (a Center for Sustainability and Research Development). With the use of the SunStrip40 LED strip light, the green wall is now able to flourish year-round. the Center for Design Research (a Center for Sustainability and Research Development).
JCCC In 2012 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. supported the efforts of Studio 804, Inc. (a not-for-profit corporation committed to the continued research and development of sustainable, affordable, and inventive building solutions via the education of graduate students entering the final year of the Master of Architecture program at the University of Kansas School of Architecture, Design and Planning) and Johnson County Community College (JCCC in Overland Park, Kansas) in the creation of Galileo's Pavilion (a Center for Sustainability).
CDR In 2012 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. installed two varieties of street lights in a retrofit lighting situation at the Riverfont Parking Lot (Lawrence, KS) demonstrating the usefulness of LED technology in the parking lot setting.
CDR In 2011 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. supported the efforts of Studio 804, Inc. (a not-for-profit corporation committed to the continued research and development of sustainable, affordable, and inventive building solutions via the education of graduate students entering the final year of the Master of Architecture program at the University of Kansas School of Architecture, Design and Planning) and the University of Kansas (KU in Lawrence, Kansas) in the creation of the Center for Design Research (a Center for Sustainability and Research Development).
CDR In 2010 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. installed lights in the Bioscience & Technology Business Center, Inc. (Lawrence, KS) as showcase demonstration of the usefulness of LED technology in the office setting.
CDR In 2010 Sunlite Science and Technology, Inc. installed several varieties of warehouse lights in a remodel of lighting at the Pur-O-Zone, Inc. Warehouse (Lawrence, KS) demonstrating the usefulness of LED technology in the warehouse setting.






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