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Presenting another addition to our Application Photo Gallery series featuring smart, sophisticated illumination used in Transit Lighting. We hope you are enjoying the series and learning more about the variety of successful applications Paramount has illuminated. Contact us for high performance solutions to all your lighting needs.

 

Colorful C0 Series Craft Lites® utilized to designate floor levels

 

Wildwood Schools in Los Angeles, California converted a 1940s-era 55,000 square foot warehouse into a learning center with a unique, creative atmosphere. The design features the original wooden posts, beams and truss roof of the building in an open, architecturally exposed environment. The project needed luminaires that were efficient, secure, and fit visually with the overall design.

 

 

Paramount is proud to present another addition to our “Application Photo Gallery” featuring the rugged C-Series Starduster® LED luminaires utilized in Retail Lighting. Our luminaires feature high product integrity and promote a positive business image, as well as encouraging a welcome, safe environment. Due to the success of our long-lasting products, over the years Paramount luminaires have been specified in numerous public transportation, retail, medical, sporting and commercial application projects. We continuously incorporate new technologies to include efficiency and added value.

 

When designers create dramatic lighting effects, the key to a successful application is durable, reliable and efficient luminaires. Paramount has over 70 years of lighting experience, and many of the quality luminaires we manufactured in our early years are still in service today! With energy conscious light sources (especially our unique Starduster® LED technology), outstanding customer service, and products proudly Made in the USA… it’s a winning combination resulting in high customer satisfaction!

 

 

This application photo series is from the Seattle Central Library (called in some news reports as one of the top 30 buildings in the world) located in Seattle WA. The 11-story library features a contemporary innovative design consisting of “diamond shaped” glass and steel exterior with an open, inviting interior focused on modern digital technology. It established a significant new benchmark for sustainable building programs across the country, and outperforms the Seattle energy code by 10%.

 

 

Looking for Safe, Sealed & Reliable In-Row luminaires for public transit applications… Paramount has the solutions for all your wet and harsh environments. Popular in Transit and Public areas, our C-Series are offered in widths as narrow as 2 1/8″ for small, restrictive spaces, and up to 12 1/8″ wide for maximum light output. Our popular Starduster® line of LED products offer many shapes and configurations to accentuate the most demanding atmospheres.

 

 

The 100 year plus Market Street Bridge is a historic landmark spanning the Ohio River, located on the banks of Steubenville, Ohio and Follansbee, West Virginia. It went through a complete structural and visual renovation, and was accentuated with all new lighting. The public was involved in the bridge color selection through an online poll on the WVDOT website. The winning colors were Mountaineer Blue and Gold, representing West Virginia state colors.

 

 

When a state office building in downtown Los Angeles started out as a canvas on which to create significant architectural design, and then utilized unique lighting to create dramatic visual effects, it’s no surprise when it becomes a national iconic landmark. Not only has the California Department of Transportation District 7 headquarters (CALTRANS) become the crown jewel of Los Angeles, but it has been a popular backdrop for countless movies, commercials and television shows. The design and construction of this striking 13-story structure was documented on the History Channel to reveal the challenges presented in the creation of a large building with unique design & style characteristics in a multi-function space.