Eaton to Modernize Pentagon Lighting System; John Stampfel Comments

Eaton logo Eaton Corp. has won multiple service contracts worth an estimated $3.2 million for the Defense Department‘s lighting systems evaluation and modernization program.

Awarded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Eaton’s Energy Solutions Group will conduct a lighting audit of the 6.5 million square foot Pentagon complex, Eaton said Tuesday.

“Drawing on our long and successful experience with major government customers, Eaton will help enhance and modernize the energy efficiency of this iconic and essential building, ” said John Stampfel, Eaton Electrical Engineering Services and Systems Division vice president and general manager.

Eaton will develop a master lighting modernization plan with an engineering, economic and environmental analysis of all related projects.

The company will also finish uncompleted projects such as fluorescent lighting with light emitting diode solutions replacement, daylight control sensors incorporation and lighting schedules adjustment.

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