St. Louis, Missouri recently came together to complete a project to provide sufficient lighting to all the streets of St. Louis. LED Craft Inc was honored to be a part of this project as the sole LED Street Lights solutions provider for the St. Louis community. The main aim of this project was to enhance the safety of the region by lighting their streets with a high-quality LED lighting solution.
“St. Louis is a town of innovation” as said by Jeff Dean, Marketing Creating Consultant at LED Craft Inc, and we were passionate about making their vision come to life. There was no better place than St. Louis to have the first showroom of LED Craft born and raised here.
All of St. Louis came together in conversational and financial terms to upgrade the lighting level to a standard which we believed the city demanded. Over $400,000 were raised to do a demonstration project on Market Street, which also showed people that smart LED lighting technology on the streets of any nation will save the municipality a lot of money in the long run.
With this built-in technology, they will be notified when a light is not working, and they can replace it immediately as opposed to not knowing what’s out there, when it needs replacement and overall higher maintenance costs.
Our LED Street lighting technology allows many different solutions to be built in to light fixtures which are already in place. This is much cheaper than building different poles and lights based on different needs of the residents of that area.
“The community that came together throughout this process […] has made [LED Craft Inc] feel part of something [special], […] which is important all the time, but especially [important] when there is unrest”.
The community of St. Louis was not going to give up and were determined to show people that it can be done. “If you work together, you can find solutions to help one another, and that really is what this project is all about” – Ron Waterman, Cardinals VP, Communications.
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