Hyde Park, NY, November 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Culinary Institute of America recently partnered with Millennium Visual Systems to change a large portion of their lighting fixtures to energy-efficient, LED technology in the Hyde Park, NY campus. The upgrade is estimated to reduce energy-consumption by 83% in all devices using the LED technology.
Millennium Visual Systems’ LED lamps are used in 4 different chandeliers on campus. The first is in the Conrad Hilton Library. There are 48 lamps within this chandelier alone that now contain LED bulbs. The other three chandeliers are in the main entrance to Roth Hall. All four were previously expensive for the Institution to maintain, considering the cost of manpower to change incandescent bulbs as well as paying the high cost of electricity.
The switch to LED technology is a part of the Culinary Institute’s major effort to light, heat and cool campus as efficiently as possible. In addition to converting lighting to LED technology, the facility now utilizes solar technology, low-flow fixtures and water-efficient landscaping to create one of the most innovative and green campuses in the United States.
Millennium Visual Systems, headquartered in Woodcliff Lake, NJ with Business Operations in Chestnut Ridge, NY, designs, produces, sells, and services electronic signs and programmable displays that are widely used in restaurants, convenience stores, retail businesses, schools, hospitals, offices, factories and government facilities. Millennium Visual Systems is a 12 year-young company with expert staff that assists clients in all aspects of a project. From concept development, to installation, to follow-up, Millennium Visual Systems ensures customer satisfaction with ongoing hardware and software support and service. For more information please call (845) 356-4100 or visit at www.millenniumvisuals.com, Facebook, Twitter, or Linkedin.