Lighting Retrofits

Upgrade of lighting systems for energy efficiency and cost savings.

Energy Retrofit Program for Toronto Community Housing Corp

Wednesday, August 23, 2017 @ 09:08 AM
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Energy cost-savings work, primarily consisting of upgrading the common-area lighting to LED, for three TCHC buildings located at 15 Tobermory, 75 Tandridge, and 57 Mabelle. The general contractor is Buttcon, and the work wrapped up in late 2018.

Separately, Zerem also did the electrical work for individual metering of 565 suites for TCHC at 3847 Lawrence Avenue East, 10 Boultbee, and 80 Blake Street. This work was also for Buttcon, and was completed in summer 2018.


TCHC Lighting Upgrade at Empringham Mews

Wednesday, August 3, 2016 @ 06:08 PM
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empringham-solarUpgrade of the exterior lighting at a 165-unit Toronto Community Housing complex, including solar-powered lighting for energy efficiency. This improved night time lighting and therefore is important for safety in the neighbourhood. This job was completed in early 2017.



TTC Bathurst – Lighting

Monday, August 27, 2018 @ 12:08 PM
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Lighting upgrade at Bathurst Station for the TTC, including removal of existing light fixtures and supply and installation of new light fixtures. The general contractor was Duron Ontario Ltd and the work took place in early 2019.


City Hall Parking Garage Lighting Upgrade

Tuesday, March 20, 2012 @ 08:03 PM
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Lighting retrofit of a large four-level underground garage. Garage remained occupied and operational during the construction period. The work included all new distribution panels, new conduits and wires throughout, new lighting fixtures and removal and disposal of all old conduits systems and old light fixtures.

Work was challenging due to tight construction schedule, large physical size of the facility and the need to minimize interruptions.  Work required detailed scheduling, implementation of safe work methods, and close coordination with the client and the consultant. The work took place from fall 2009 through summer 2010.