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Welcome to the IES Fort Worth Section

Want to receive updates about future meetings and special events?  

Email us at:  IES.FtWorth@gmail.com 

 
Fort Worth (West Texas) Section
Events Calendar

NOVEMBER 13, 2014:

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“Lighting as an Application Platform”

Sean Harrington, the senior vice president of Marketing and Business Development at Sensity Systems, the pioneer of Light Sensory Networks (LSN), will discuss integration of sensors within fixtures,

the support of outdoor lighting by the metering infrastructure and the impact of IEEE, SAE, NIST and US DOT NTCIP standards. 

SENSITY SYSTEMS WEBSITE

Thursday, 11:30-1:00

Cost: $20 Members/Non-members

Students - $5

Location:

Michael's Cuisine Restaurant

3413 W. 7th St.

Fort Worth, TX  76107

817-877-3413

 

 

 

DECEMBER 10, 2014:

Annual Holiday Social

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Past Meetings:

 

OCTOBER 16, 2014:

"BUG" - Understanding the IES Luminaire Classification System

by Paul Mitchell, Natl. Sales & Education, Regional Sales VP, Sternberg Lighting

AIA, ASLA, ASA, NCQLP, and FBPE accredited presentation!

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Thursday, 11:30-1:00

Cost: $20 Members/Non-members

Students - $5

Location:

AIA Fort Worth

3425 West 7th St.

Fort Worth, TX  76107

aiafw.org/

(Free Parking available)

 

 

SEPTEMBER 18, 2014:

System Performance Verification:  Making Sure the Lighting Meets YOUR Design Intent!

by Michelle Sipe, Sr. Sales Representative - Government, Lutron Electronics

Thursday, 11:30-1:00

Cost: $20 Members/Non-members

Students - $5

Location:

Ridglea Room, 1st Level

6300 Ridglea Place

Fort Worth, TX  76116

 

AUGUST 21, 2014:

Post Lightfair Lamp/LED & Ballast/Driver Update

by Jerry Cassel of GE Lighting, David Pope of Osram Sylvania,

and Timothy Hayes of Philips

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Thursday, 11:30-1:00

Cost: $20 Members/Non-members

Students - $5

FSG Lighting

4220 N. Sylvania Ave.

Fort Worth, TX  76137

 

Help us......

"LIGHT" THE WAY TO EDUCATION!

Bring school supplies to the meeting for underprivileged kids in Ft Worth and have your name put

in a drawing for color changing LED's and more!

For a suggested list, go here: http://www.achservices.org/

 

 

MAY 15, 2014 MEETING:

IES Roadshow Presentation (1.5 CEU's)

Fred Oberkircher, Emeritus Assoc. Professor, TCU; IES Past President

"The IES & Disruptive Technology in the Lighting Industry"

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Thursday, 11:30-1:15

Cost: $20 Members/Non-members

Students - No Cost!

FSG Lighting

4220 N. Sylvania Ave.

Fort Worth, TX  76137

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**Door Prizes Donated by**

Bell & McCoy

Horton Controls

Architectural Lighting Associates

The Lighting Alliance

Hossley Lighting Associates

Osram Sylvania

Texas Lighting Sales

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APRIL 17, 2014 MEETING:

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Jeff Mabray, Hossley Lighting

Thursday, 11:30-1:00

FSG Lighting

4220 N. Sylvania Ave.

Fort Worth, TX  76137

 

March 7, 2014

Friday, 5:00PM Tour of new Renzo Piano Pavilion (FREE)

6:00PM Film in new Renzo Piano Auditorium ($7)

Kimbell Art Museum

3333 Camp Bowie Boulevard

Fort Worth, TX  76107

Learn more about the Renzo Piano Pavilion

Purchase tickets at the door for film or in advance ONLINE

 

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January 23, 2014

Thursday, 11:30-1:00

FSG Lighting

4220 N. Sylvania Ave.

Fort Worth, TX  76137

Topic: Best Practices for Parking Structures - Design & Business

Have you worked on a lighting project in a parking structure lately?  If not, it won’t be long!  In the competitive business of parking, facility owners and operators work continuously to differentiate their parking experience for patrons and communities – maintaining safe, convenient and welcoming environments - while delivering profit to their bottom line.  With lighting operated an average of 6500 hrs/year in >30,000 US parking structures, the business case for dramatically improving energy performance and lighting quality is very compelling.  Leave this IES luncheon with a clear understanding of the latest lighting design best-practice and energy code requirements for new construction and renovation projects.

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DECEMBER 2013 HOLIDAY SOCIAL:

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THANK YOU all for attending the Holiday Social!  

The "ice storm" of 2013 did not stop us from having a great party. We enjoyed excellent food and drinks at a local restaurant in Ft Worth, Hot Damn Tamales. We also received generous donations for ACH, a local charity! 


Congratulations to our door prize winners:

Mario Calzada - $100 Visa gift card

James Walker - Bose headphones

Tim Yaggi - 8" Samsung tablet

 

And a VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU to our sponsors for making this party possible:

Architectural Lighting Associates

Hossley Lighting

Bell & McCoy

Texas Lighting Sales

Holophane Lighting

Horton Controls

GE

 
Next Meeting:

Date:  Nov. 13, 2014

Time:  11:30-1:00 

Location:  

Michael's Restaurant & Cuisine

3413 West 7th St.

Fort Worth, TX  76107

Cost:  Members/Non-Members $20, Students $5

Topic:  Lighting as an Application Platform

 

Next Meeting:

Date:  Nov. 13, 2014

Time:  11:30-1:00 

Location:  

Michael's Restaurant & Cuisine

3413 West 7th St.

Fort Worth, TX  76107

Cost:  Members/Non-Members $20, Students $5

Topic:  Lighting as an Application Platform