This Manufacturing Lighting Project consists of 412 existing fixtures. Quantity of new fixtures is 412.There are three different fixture heights ( 14', 20', 22') in the production area. All of fixtures can be accessed via a 25' working platform scissor lift. Customer has stated that Electrical Contractor may use their boom lift for fixtures not accessible by a scissor lift. Include in price the rental for all equipment required. All hibay fixtures to be provided with hanging kits. There are 12 fixture mounted sensors to be install in the high bay bundy area. Please verify location with customer.
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