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Texas Children’s Hospital

On December 4, 2017 Posted by , With Comments Off on Texas Children’s Hospital

Texas Children’s Hospital, located in the Houston Medical Center, asked FUSE to come up with a creative LED solution to illuminate its prominent roof area & spires for the holiday season. After careful consideration with building engineers, FUSE quickly got to work – the TCH towers have never been more…

Downtown Houston Parking Lot

On November 22, 2017 Posted by , With Comments Off on Downtown Houston Parking Lot

A City of Houston parking lot near Minute Maid Park came to FUSE looking for a solution to illuminate an unsafe and low marketable lot. Upon initial assessment, FUSE quickly noted that there was no existing lighting or electrical circuitry available on site. The FUSE team worked with the City…

Arabella

On September 13, 2017 Posted by , With Comments Off on Arabella

Worldrenowned high-rise condominiums, from the Hudson River to the Upper East and West Sides of New York, are soon to have a not-too-distant cousin in Houston! ARABELLA, positioned next to the River Oaks District and a short three blocks from The Galleria, has begun its 33-floor ascent. FUSE is excited…

The Raphael Building

On September 13, 2017 Posted by , With Comments Off on The Raphael Building

FUSE recently completed its lighting design & installation work at the historic Raphael Building located off Main St. in downtown Houston. The Raphael building dates to 1897, and is one of the city’s significant historical structures. The FUSE team’s redevelopment goal was to highlight the historic relevancy of the architecture…

Texas Medical Center

On May 16, 2017 Posted by , With Comments Off on Texas Medical Center

The double hypodermic needles atop the Cesar Pelli-designed Texas Children’s Hospital just got brightened up; the FUSE team wrapped the design and installation of a new lighting setup that consists of 112 LED fixtures around the tips.

Rice Village

On May 16, 2017 Posted by , With Comments Off on Rice Village

Rice Village in Houston, TX asked FUSE to help with a lighting design that would improve the lighting aesthetics, energy-maintenance efficiencies, and safety at the Village. The FUSE team successfully designed and installed over 450 new LED lights from Lunera, Neptun, Lithonia, USLED, Deco, Incon, Green Creative, Halco and Cree….

The Sam Houston Hotel

On May 16, 2017 Posted by , With Comments Off on The Sam Houston Hotel

The recently updated Sam Houston Hotel in downtown Houston has spiced up its lobby entrance with a new state of the art LED lighting system designed & programmed by FUSE. This state of the art Philips Color Kinetics™ LED lighting system throws millions of color combinations and lighting sequences in…

Solar LED Lighting in the Forest

On May 16, 2017 Posted by , With Comments Off on Solar LED Lighting in the Forest

Creekmont Forest came to FUSE looking for ways to brighten upits dark resolute areas. The challenge Creekmont faced was that those specific areas of the property had no electricity available or nearby. The property asked FUSE: -How much time & cost would it be to install new electricity? -Are there…

Williams Tower – Color Changing LED Lighting Show

On May 16, 2017 Posted by , With Comments Off on Williams Tower – Color Changing LED Lighting Show

The FUSE team put on spectacular Color Changing LED Lighting show for the iconic Williams Tower located near the Galleria area in Houston, TX. The powerful RGB Color Changing fixture on display from Philips Color Kinetics lit up the legendary 900’ tower façade, allowing passersby to see the majestic opportunity…

Tanglewilde South Community

On May 16, 2017 Posted by , With Comments Off on Tanglewilde South Community

Tangle wilde South community in Houston, TX has come alive with the installation of approximately 100 new LED luminaires consisting of pole lights, landscape fixtures, flood lights and wall packs from FUSE. This lighting modernization at the property has unquestionably increased its image, value, and safety!