More than 100 articulating, automated ceiling lights, and multi-directional desktop studio lights properly illuminate the new Prince George’s County Council headquarters.
After experiencing the performance of Brightline (opens in new tab) Flex-T lights within the Executive Committee Press Room at the previous Prince George’s County Council building in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, county officials wanted the same setup when they moved into their new digs in Largo.
The lighting installation grew in scope beyond the Flex-T lighting.
Let There Be MORE Light
Colin Sandy, of Sandy Audio Visual (opens in new tab)in Laurel, MD, led the design and build of the county’s new Hearing Room/Legislative Chambers, Press Room and Committee Room at the new building in Largo. Each room has 22 Flex-T broadcast-quality lights (opens in new tab), with some serving as flood lights and others providing spot beam directional lighting. In addition, each council member and their staff have ZELo desktop lights (opens in new tab), for a total of 50 ZELo’s at the new headquarters office.
Ease of install, physical appearance, and performance of the lights are what make them so well regarded at Prince George’s County Council. “Their [Flex-T lights] performance is phenomenal. They create a nice, even wash that looks great on video,” Sandy said. “The lighting is nicely diffused, so there are not a lot of shadows or fall off from light to dark. It’s just a very even lighting pattern, even over as large an area as we have.”