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San Francisco is a city of great pride. Whether that means in their stellar sports teams, such as the Golden State Warriors, the Giants, or the 49ers, or in their famous Pride Parade for the LGBTQ community. San Francisco is a bright spot on our map, and now the San Francisco City Hall now represents that bright spot quite literally.

NECA contractor Paganini Electric and IBEW Local 6 installed 177 LED fixtures to light up the San Francisco City Hall in color. The project also included the installation of a new control system that would allow for the lights to be controlled through a wireless connection and with the click of a button, a system often referred to as intelligent lighting.

This project was a mixture of labor and precise technical skill, making the Powering America team the only choice for the job. Along with ARUP San Francisco and Philips Color Kinetics, NECA contractor Paganini Electric and the IBEW crew made up the “dream team”. The result? Stunning lighting for a San Francisco community landmark and great story on Electric TV.

The Powering America team consists of craftsmen who are members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and their signatory contractors—including those who are members of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). This team delivers quality products at fair prices and offers commitment and a high standard of craftsmanship. For additional information and to find a Powering America contractor for your project, visit our website, like our Facebook page, or subscribe to our Twitter feed.