The Long Beach Civic Center LED Jobsite
The new Long Beach Civic Center, currently under construction in California, is a leading example of innovation and sustainability in the construction of a project. This LED Jobsite, where most of the temporary construction lights are state-of-the-art purpose built LED lights, is an example of improving construction processes with the environmental impact in mind. Compared to traditional construction site bulb-based lighting, this project has already:
The New Long Beach Civic Center Project will bring to downtown a revitalized civic core to serve local residents and businesses, attract visitors and provide safe and efficient city operations to serve the citizens of Long Beach. The $520 million, design-build-finance-operate-maintain civic center will replace the old city hall and provide efficient new offices for the Port of Long Beach, a new city library and a retail marketplace and public park that will serve residents and visitors of Long Beach for years to come.
In a continuing effort by Clark Construction and Morrow-Meadows to incorporate sustainable practices into all aspects of the building, the Long Beach Civic Center has adopted the LED Jobsite during the construction phase. The LED Jobsite replaces traditional bulb-based temporary construction lighting with state-of-the-art purpose built LED lights. The LED Jobsite will save energy, reduce CO2 emissions, and reduce waste.