Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 02, 2011
Coming December of this year Mary Brickell Village will be welcoming a highly anticipated venue, The Lucky Clover Irish Pub at 1111 Southwest 1st Avenue.
The Lucky Clover, says Miami Culinary Tours, “employs hand-decorated wooden ceilings, charismatic memorabilia and period lighting to create the welcoming and authentic environment found in the very best of Dublin’s ale houses.”
Covering over 10,000 square feet it takes hundreds of lighting fixtures and lamps to create that Dublin ale house ambience. And thanks to the creative ingenuity of Lorenzo Galatas, the principal consultant at Illuminosity Architectural Lighting and Design, the implementation of green lighting solutions will also generate savings in the thousands.
Mr. Galatas points out, “General contractor Chelle Construction, accustomed to using European lighting fixtures, asked us to help them find comparable U.S. products with UL or ETL listings. Naturally, we suggested they switch from traditional incandescent lighting to the green LED lamps.” This change will effectually reduce The Lucky Clover’s carbon foot print and reduce energy costs.
Incandescent light bulbs last 100 days at a venue like The Lucky Clover, which keeps its doors open late into the night. The LED produces 100 months of light. Mr. Galatas, “We free up the operators to focus on their customers’ dining experience rather than changing light bulbs.”
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