IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC., a global, diversified, family-owned business, announced today the hiring of Jeff Miller, a former Motorola Mobility corporate executive, as the Group President, Technology Group.
Mark Lachman, western regional sales manager at Audacy, speaks about this 4 year old company's success in the lighting control category. We discuss how Audacy’s different than the competition, advantages to their system vs. the competition, system capabilities, some things to come, and more.
IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC. Audacy® Advanced Wireless Lighting Control system has been selected by the DesignLights Consortium® (DLC) to be included in their Qualified Products List (QPL) for Networked Lighting Control (NLC) systems.
Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, is undergoing major expansion and restoration "to ensure the viability of the ballpark for future generations of Cubs fans."
On May 12th, Electrical News was treated to a behind the scenes tour of IDEAL INDUSTRIES INC’S Audacy, advanced wireless lighting control system at Wrigley Fields’s new 30,000 square-foot clubhouse and fitness facility.
Only time will tell if 2016 will be the year that the Chicago Cubs' 104-year title drought ends. For now, fans are reveling in new improvements to the stadium and the surrounding area.
In 2014, Chicago’s Wrigley Field marked its 100th year with the launch of a multi-phase renovation and upgrade that will impact every square inch of the stadium facility. Named The 1060 Project [...], the 4-year plan includes structural upgrades, improved player facilities, new fan amenities [...].
Baseball fans consider Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, one of the ultimate stops on their bucket list of stadiums to visit. In the design and construction world, as the venerable ballpark takes on a massive renovation, Wrigley also could be considered “the ultimate retrofit” project.
5-20-16: How do you bring a 100-year-old baseball cathedral into the future without changing anything? That’s been the challenge facing the construction crew, integrators and manufacturers leading the 1060 Project at Wrigley Field, home of the 1908 World Series champion Chicago Cubs.
May 19, 2016: Sixty feet, six inches. For most, that figure is nothing more than an arbitrary distance. But on a baseball field, it means everything.