The St. Leo University Kirk Hall project was a new 42,000 square foot academic building that was completed in 2015. The 4-story building had (15) classrooms each containing pendant mounted linear light fixtures, occupancy sensors, daylight harvest sensors, relay-based micro-panels, and floor box power. Each classroom room was also equipped with the latest audio/visual technology including, wall mounted monitors, projectors, and other Creston products.
The remaining areas were made up of offices and collaboration spaces for students. A 100% digital Cat5 based lighting control system was installed throughout the building with the ability to perform programming from one single location within the building or remotely from an off-site location.
The Beck Group
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