Case Studies

Grand Garage – Kansas City, MO

Hines, an international commercial real estate firm, worked with EiKO Global to complete a retrofit in a parking garage structure in Kansas City, MO using LitespanLED® Plate Downlight fixtures. These fixtures reduced the building's energy usage and maintenance costs, and increased brightness for improved safety and appearance. Continue Reading

Contargo – Wörth, Germany

EiKO Global and Contargo GmbH & Co., one of the leading container logistics providers in Europe, recently teamed up to equip Europe's largest loading crane with LitespanLED® High Bay fixtures, reducing energy usage by 86 percent and improving worker comfort and safety. Continue Reading

Lincoln University

Lincoln University found an easy way to improve their campus and save money by replacing existing HID lamps with EiKO's LitespanLED® Post-Top Replacement Lamps, which reduced the school's environmental impact and improved campus safety. Continue Reading

Santa Clara University

Santa Clara University utilized an opportunity to improve campus sustainability efforts and reduce energy costs with EiKO LitespanLED® Parkade Fixtures while building a new parking structure. Continue Reading

University of Tulsa

The University of Tulsa consistently thinks ahead about how to make the campus more sustainable and environmentally conscious. Since 2008, The University of Tulsa has had a student-led Sustainability Committee that encourages environmental awareness. Continue Reading

Virginia Commonwealth University – Snead Hall

In 2008, President Emeritus Eugene P. Trani, Ph.D. of Virginia Commonwealth University, signed the American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment, which added significant dollars to their budget while making environmental changes to the University. Continue Reading

Helix Architecture + Design

Implementing sustainable practices, Helix recently remodeled to include top quality LED retrofit lamps throughout their office. Officially launched in August 2012 and completed in January 2013, the upgrade was designed to reduce energy consumption and maintain quality lighting throughout the office. The project involved the upgrade from the firm's previous PAR30 and MR16 halogens to more efficient LitespanLED® replacement lamps from EiKO Global, LLC. Continue Reading