STANDARD provided the lighting for a new trilingual elementary school in the community of La Baie, on the premises of the former Georges-Vanier school that had been closed for eight years. Renovation of the school falls within the principles of a modern concept known as “the millennium”. The selected lighting systems meet these principles completely.
In all the classrooms, lighting was carefully selected to harmonize with the design and use of each space.
We fitted the body break rooms with LED filament lamps to create a warm and inviting space while providing energy savings.
In another classroom, LED strip lights were installed side by side – a more classic approach – while strip lights were installed zig-zag fashion to create an amusing and lively atmosphere for the children.
Another room was fitted with a large, luminous, translucent panel that takes up almost the entire ceiling space. LED strip lights were also installed under this panel to mirror a circle effect.
LED panels were installed in a number of more traditional-looking corridors, whereas in other, more modern hallways, we installed LED strip lights.
LED vapor-tight luminaires were installed in the greenhouse, because in this space, light systems needed to be moisture resistant; they also had to be protected against dust and water jets.
In addition to being as aesthetically attractive undertaking, the installation of these lighting solutions also contributed to substantial energy savings.