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FSG helps businesses in the Garden State build new electrical & lighting systems and service & retrofit old ones.
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New Brunswick Public Schools in New Brunswick, New Jersey, approached FSG to perform a major lighting retrofit at 10 campuses across the district. Covering some 1.2 million square feet, FSG replaced and upgraded more than 33,000 fixtures. FSG also helped the schools get the most out of their new lights by installing control systems such as occupancy sensors. Using LED technology kept costs low and reduced the overall expense of operating the new system.
It has been FSG’s honor to serve as the trusted lighting and controls technology partner for Rutgers University for more than 25 years. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, has entrusted FSG to perform multiple lighting retrofits and controls installations during that time. FSG’s work has covered campuses in New Brunswick, Piscataway, and Newark, and has involved tens of thousands of fixtures. With FSG, Rutgers continues to be a national leader in the ongoing pursuit of energy efficient design and facilities operations.
The Goethels Bridge between Elizabethtown, New Jersey, and Staten Island, New York, is operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. FSG was brought in by the PANYNJ to design a new LED lighting system for the bridge. Light levels were increased, usable lamp life improved significantly, and energy demands were reduced to the tune of $44,000 in annual savings.
Since 1983, FSG and New Jersey Transit have teamed up to deploy lighting overhauls throughout the system’s many bus and rail facilities. Buildings and areas upgraded included garages in Orange, Paterson, Rutherford, Woodridge, and Springfield; the Newark Bus Complex; and the Meadowlands Maintenance Complex. Fixtures were switched from old high-pressure sodium lamps to more efficient fluorescent designs. Overall, NJ Transit has seen a significant reduction in energy and maintenance costs thanks to these projects.
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From JFK International Airport:Get on I-678 N from 130th Pl / Continue on I-678 N. Take I-495 W and I-278 W to Tillary St in Brooklyn / Take exit 29 from I-278 W / Follow Manhattan Bridge/Manhattan Bridge Lower Roadway, Canal St and I-78 W to NJ-139 W in Jersey City / Follow NJ-139 W, US-1 S/U.S. 9 S and US-1 Truck S/US-9 Truck S to US-22 W in Newark / Take the NJ-21 N/US 22 W exit from US-1 Truck S/US-9 Truck S / Get on Garden State Pkwy in Union / Continue on Garden State Pkwy / Drive to New Brunswick Ave in Woodbridge Township / Take exit 129 from Garden State Pkwy / Continue on New Brunswick Ave / Drive to Washington St in Perth Amboy
From Newark Liberty International Airport: Get on Garden State Pkwy in Union from US-22 W / Continue on Garden State Pkwy to Woodbridge Township / Take exit 129 from Garden State Pkwy / Continue on New Brunswick Ave / Drive to Washington St in Perth Amboy
From Philadelphia: Get on I-676/US-30 E from S Penn Square and N Broad St / Follow I-95 N and I-295 E to US-1 N in Falls Township / Get on I-287 S in Edison from US-1 N / Take NJ-440 to Co Rd 624 in Perth Amboy / Take the Perth Amboy exit from NJ-440 / Continue on Co Rd 624 / Take Fayette St to Washington St