Tag: Wet Location Lighting

Not only does the Los Angeles Police Department maintain the peace in one of the largest and most highlighted cities in America, but they look good doing it! The 500,000 square foot administration building is one of the more artistically structured pieces of artwork in the area.

Application Photo Gallery


Our “Application Photo Gallery” for this blog features Wet Location lighting in public areas. We hope you are learning and discovering more about the variety and diverse areas Paramount has successfully illuminated. Contact us for solutions to your lighting projects.

This photo is from LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department) headquarters located at 100 West 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA. Paramount’s durable C0 Series Craft Lites® were utilized in outdoor seating areas where a weather resistant, protected light source was needed. The Sales Representative for this project was California Lighting Sales.


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Application Photo Gallery


Our “Application Photo Gallery” for this blog features Wet Location lighting. We hope you are learning and discovering more about the variety and diverse areas Paramount has successfully illuminated. Contact us for solutions to your lighting projects.

Mission Creek Kayak Storage | San Francisco, CA | Paramount’s C4 Series Craft Lites®

Application Photo Gallery


Introducing another addition to our “Weekly Application Photo Gallery”. We hope you are learning and discovering more about the variety of successful applications Paramount has illuminated. Contact us for solutions to your lighting applications.

This week’s photo is from Real Estate Properties in Houston, Texas. Lighting Associates, Inc. of Houston, TX specified our C2 Series Craft Lites® and placed them vertically in rows, yielding this dramatic illuminated building façade application.


  • To learn more about Paramount’s Craft Light series, click:  HERE
  • For additional Lighting Application information, click:  HERE
  • To visit Paramount’s photo Gallery, click: HERE
  • To visit Paramount’s website, click:  HERE
  • For Paramount’s “Manufactured in the USA” details, click:  HERE


~ Paramount Industries Incorporated, celebrating 70 years of innovation! ~


©1997-2017 Paramount Industries, Inc. 304 North Howard St. PO Box 259 Croswell, MI 48422 800-521-5405 fax 810-679-4045. All Rights Reserved. All logos remain the property of their corporate owners and are for illustrative purposes only. No corporate endorsement by Paramount Industries have been given, nor is one implied.


Caltrans District 7 Headquarters, California


Think of a state office building in downtown Los Angeles as a canvas on which to create significant architectural design. When the California Department of Transportation, or Caltrans, committed to building a replacement headquarters for their 7th district, they gave the canvas to architectural firm Morphosis.

Thom Mayne, who founded Morphosis,recently won the prestigious international Pritzker Prize for architecture. Working with him on the District 7 headquarters was project architect Pavel Getov and project manager Silvia Kuhle. Contracting was handled by the Clark Construction Group.

The Market Street Bridge is a historic landmark spanning the Ohio River, connecting Steubenville, Ohio and Follansbee, West Virginia. It is a steel suspension bridge spanning a length of 1,794 feet and built in 1905. After hearing reports that the bridge might be closing, city councils on both sides of the river got together and petitioned for the bridge to be repaired and beautified.

Work begins in 2010 cleaning and repairing the bridge’s steel structure, applying a penetrant sealer, as well as special calcium sulfonate paint.

Tampa, Florida has quite a tourist industry. Keeping them moving was a task that resulted in a stylish infrastructure addition.

The HART Line, Tampa’s transit authority, in conjunction with Tampa Electric Company, decided to build a new trolley line to extend from the docks on Tampa Bay to Ybor City. The new TECO line Streetcar system