Category Archives: Great Basin Lighting Projects

Valmont Product Spotlight: Outdoor Lighting Project in Campbell, CA

Decorative LED “Fruit Poles” Light Up Campbell

LED Lighting California

The year 2014 was a watershed moment in Campbell’s gentrification story. The city decided to introduce a new breed of decorative lighting poles that resonate with the surroundings and reflects the city’s modernistic appeal. Previous attempts yielded no fruits, but finally, when they approached Valmont Structures, they gladly took up the challenge. It was quite a unique project and required a passionate company that would take up a production assembly just for a single project. They found that passion in Great Basin Lightning and partnered with us for the outdoor LED lighting installation. Continue reading

Valmont Structures Decorative Lighting Poles on San Francisco Bay Area Bridges

Valmont LED Roadway Lighting Illuminates Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge


Valmont’s engineers recently installed lighting structures on two San Francisco Bay Area bridges: the Golden Gate Bridge and the Oakland Bay Bridge. Both of these projects showcase their extraordinary outdoor lighting design capabilities. Continue reading

How Housing Developments Benefit From Outdoor LED Lighting

Outdoor LED Lighting Projects Pay Off Long and Short Term

Outdoor LED Landscape Lighting Project Cupertino California

Our Installation at Memorial Park in Cupertino, CA

Whether you’re a Bay Area real estate developer or the president of a home owners association (HOA), you’re researching outdoor LED landscape lighting to explore whether switching over can:

  • Boost curb appeal for your property
  • Improve neighborhood safety for residents
  • Conserve electricity and save money

Fortunately, research validates that switching over to LED can actually achieve all three of these objectives. Continue reading

Stockton Fights Budget Cuts with Energy Efficient LED Lighting

Stockton, California, Upgrades Municipal LED Street Lighting

LED light poles CaliforniaThe city of Stockton expects to save around $1.8 million yearly with the replacement and retrofitting of municipal LED street lighting. The city will replace nearly 28,000 mercury-vapor lights and 8,500 light poles during the course of the three year project, which started in summer of 2014. Continue reading