Grand Light was selected to restore the historic fixtures in the hall located on the the Harvard University Campus in Cambridge, MA. There are several different types of fixtures ranging from chandeliers, wall sconces, ceiling mounted fixtures, pendant lights, and outdoor lanterns. These fixtures will undergo several different restoration techniques ranging from cleaning and conservation of the existing finishes, to complete refinishing. All fixtures will be wired in accordance with UL standards.
New Haven, CT - Sterling Chemistry Building, a part of Yale University in New Haven's Science Hill for almost 6 decades, has tasked Grand Light to replicate the wrought iron and cast bronze fixture and create custom cut glass globes to replace existing plastic globes.
New Haven, CT - Grand Light was contracted by Columbia University to reproduce lighting components on existing lamp posts throughout the Morningside campus. Grand Light has casted bronze finial components for 15 of the existing lamp posts, which are replicated from an existing that was removed from one of the posts. Each finial is made up of 5 components: finial base, finial bottom, finial top, finial ball, and an eagle. A separate mold had been made for the casting of each part.
New Haven, Ct - Grand Light has recreated two column mounted outdoor lighting fixtures for an upscale residence in Pittsburgh, PA.