D-BAT Indian Trail is the Premier Baseball and Softball training facility in the country. In addition to private baseball and softball lessons, they offer pitching machines with real baseballs and softballs, a fully-stocked Pro shop, over 50 camps and clinics and more.
Together with management we developed a plan to convert all major facilities to energy efficient LED. Our scope of work included a one-for-one LED retrofit of the LEED Certified Administration Building and four regional water treatment plants. Lighting solutions included dimmable LED troffers interfaced with occupancy and daylight harvesting controls, high performance LED tubes for maintenance areas, ballast bypass lamps for plant fixtures, and exterior site lighting lamps.
Sign D’Sign is a locally owned and operated business that has been meeting customer signage and marketing needs for over a decade. They needed more space for their growing business recently expanding into a new 6,300 square foot state-of-the-art facility. Management wanted the best lighting available when designing and producing custom signage for their customers. Enter LED Lowcountry.
Belfair Plantation is a private golf club community located in coastal South Carolina. Management decided that the time was right to convert the clubhouse and ancillary facilities to LED. They wanted a lighting solution that would improve overall lighting, reduce energy costs and eliminate maintenance.
Giving back to the community is always a special experience, but when you give back to someone who has sacrificed so much for our country, that makes it even better! LED Lowcountry donated the lights for this Built to Honor home for Staff Sgt. Clark Johnson and his family. Thank you for your service, sir!
LED Lowcountry recently retrofit the 232 Bourne warehouse in Savannah. The aisles are now evenly lit providing greater safety and improved operations. The upgraded lighting improved efficiency by 83% and eliminated ongoing maintenance costs saving Port City Logistics $257,000 over the next 10 years.
Efficiency sounds great, but customers are reluctant to spend money out of pocket to save energy. It makes more sense for them to invest that money back into their core business. Shared savings allows business owners to do both-focus on their core business and install energy efficient lighting systems
Firehouse Subs Franchise Owner Mick McDonough was tired of buying and replacing burned out fluorescent tubes and lamps. With his restaurant’s long hours of operation, it seemed that there was always a light out. LED lights were installed that not only provide brighter, maintenance free lighting, but were also eligible for an SCE&G utility rebate (similar rebates are also available on Georgia Power).