Solar panels on the roof of Saint-Laurent's borough hall building.
As part of its latest Three-year capital investment program, Saint-Laurent has undertaken a number of projects to improve the energy efficiency of its municipal buildings and park lighting. In accordance with the guidelines of its new Ten-year capital investment program and its objective to fight climate change, the borough will continue its efforts in the coming years.
BJ TAKE announce the appointment of Metrix Lighting & Controls as its new specification agent for the Greater Toronto Area in response to a growing demand for BJ Take's energy efficient total lighting automation solutions.
Doug Wilson, Vice President of Sales for BJ Take explains that “Metrix Lighting & Controls embodies what we are offering to our customer base and we are pleased that they will be able to draw from their expertise and our vast product offering to serve the GTA.”
ELECTROZAD announces the retirmement of Jim Riegling. Jim’s last official day in the office was Friday, April 30th, representing over 37 years in the electrical industry and 34 plus years of dedicated service with Electrozad.
Prior to Jim staring his electrical career, and after graduating from University of Guelph (Ridgetown Campus), Jim worked as an industrial tool sales representative and owner of a small Industrial tool supply house for a short stint. He soon realized he enjoyed sales and the satisfaction in giving customers the value they deserve, while also having an interest in all things electrical, mechanical and automation.
LITELINE announces it will be establishing a Western Canada Regional Office and Distribution Center. Currently under construction in Langley, British Columbia, the new facility will service B.C. to Saskatchewan as well as the Pacific Northwest and California in the United States.
"As we lightly refer to the facility as “BC/DC”, the new operation will relieve some load for our 160,000 sq ft HQ in Richmond Hill, Ontario, and our other distribution points in Montreal and Dallas," said Sarah Silverstein, Principal, Liteline Corporation. "We are excited that we will have more inventory and more available types of lighting products locally for our distribution partners, specifiers, developers and of course contractors to better serve their projects."
Liteline expects the Langley facility to be operational by September 2021.
OMNI CABLE, LLC (OmniCable), located in Brampton, ON, is proud to announce it received IMARK’s 2020 Order of the Golden Maple Leaf Award in its first year eligible for the award.
The Order of the Golden Maple Leaf Award is an annual award that is presented to all IMARK suppliers who meet the set requirements, including supporting members and participating in IMARK Canada’s marketing programs.
"OmniCable would like to thank its partners. We could not have achieved this goal without the support of the IMARK members,” said Ian Rand, OmniCable’s Canadian Regional Manager. “We look forward to growing our relationships with IMARK members and achieving mutual success."
Juno®, an established leader in the manufacture of downlighting and track lighting, today announced additions to its Trac-Lites™ family of Integral Driver LED Cylinder track fixtures.
Providing exceptional value, the R610L and R612L Integral Driver LED Cylinder track fixtures offer two new lumen packages – 2200 lumens and 3300 lumens – while consuming only 21 watts and 37 watts, respectively.
The FLIR Vue® TZ20, the first high resolution, dual thermal sensor gimbal purpose-built for the DJI®Matrice 200 Series and Matrice 300 airframes is now available in Canada. Featuring both a narrow-field-of-view and a wide-field-of-view 640x512 resolution FLIR Boson®thermal camera module, the Vue TZ20 offers greater situational awareness with a 20-times digital thermal zoom capability to complete public safety and industrial inspection missions both near and far.