Case Studies

St. Pete Security Lizard

The City of Saint Petersburg – The City of St. Petersburg is the 4th largest city in the State of Florida and was designated as "Green City" by the Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC). The city has implemented numerous energy saving technologies, with the help of RES, at various locations including City Hall, the Coliseum, Fleet Management, the Dali Museum and much, much, more.

Santa Fe College Retrofit

Santa Fe College – located in Gainesville Florida has been very progressive with their energy conservation efforts. The college retrofitted all of their parking lot lights with induction earning the college a $21,750 rebate check from Gainesville Regional Utilities. As well as utilizing induction retrofits through out the campus, Santa Fe College has installed new induction fixtures, LED lamps, and Energy Miser Controllers.

Jakes Finer Foods Loading Docks

Jake’s Finer Foods – Jake’s Finer Foods built its new distribution facility and corporate headquarters in northwest Houston under the guise of increasing efficiency, reducing costs, and significantly cutting energy use and environmental waste. By re-designing their initial lighting concepts to include induction they have been able to reduce their carbon footprint, increase safety, and pass along long-term savings to their customers.

Below is a power point presentation from the USPS-New Jersey International & Bulk Mail Center.

CFS Inc. supplied the mail center with new fixtures and designed mounting brackets to fit the needs of the facility.


Lighting Cradle in down position existing 1050W fixtures.


Existing 1050W lighting fixtures removed.


Installing New 400W Induction Fixtures.


110 ft-Parking Lot Tower Retrofitted with 400W Induction Fixtures.


Existing Tower 6 -1050W HPS Light at night.


Induction lighting at night.


A close up view of one of 165W induction fixtures & bracket.


20 – 425W existing fixtures replaced with 20-165W Induction fixtures in  2003-04.


Since 2003-04 these induction fixtures are providing cost-effective lighting.


Existing 1050W Parapet fixture that was replaced by 400W induction fixture in 2006-07.


Replaced 1050W existing fixture with 400W induction fixture.


45 Degrees tilting of new fixture was one of the critical parameters for effective lighting distribution.