Total Lighting Concepts

5263 S. Commerce Dr.

Murray , UT 84107

Suite 201

Phone:  801-268-6300

Fax:       801-268-6301

Contact us at:

dmatlc@xmission.com

SLCC Center for New Media

The Center for New Media on the South Salt Lake Campus of Salt Lake Community College has custom light fixtures from Manning Lighting. It features a front entry that has DMX controlled color changing wall wash floods from Iluminarc highlighting eight foot tall panes of frosted glass.

IHC Transformation Lab

The IHC Transformation Lab offers a facility for showcasing the new technologies available to doctors and health care providers. The building's light fixtures are primarily LED with some areas using fluorescent. The conference room also features an electro-transparent glass wall separating the server room from the conference room. When relays in the Lutron Lighting panel supply electricity to the glass panes they become transparent. When the relay is turned off the glass becomes opaque providing privacy.

Coldwell Banker - North Pointe

Sleek and modern design was at the forefront of the design request. From neatly recessed luminaires in a hard lid ceiling to stylish pendants - both linear as well as decorative - Architect Pasker, Gould, Ames & Weaver's fixture selections met form, function, and energy savings models for this project.

This project was able to cut energy consumption by 1/3 by using the latest LED fixtures from CREE, PAL , and Prima in combination with advanced occupancy and daylight harvesting systems from Lutron.

UAMPS Communties

14 Cities LED Street Lights

Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS) provide comprehensive wholesale electric energy, on a non-profit basis, to community-owned power systems.  After a very extensive testing and evaluation process that took over a year , and compared dozens of LED street lighting products , 14 cities and communities including Sandy City, Hurricane, Springville, Santa Clara, and Midvale City determined that CREE's LEDway LED cobra-head street lighting replacement was the best product and value for their projects. These communities were able to reduce street lighting energy consumption by 40-60 percent and virtually eliminate any maintenance of the fixtures.

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