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LUMEN PRESS Cleveland Section—Serving Akron & KSU Student Chapters

lighting products, ecoVations.


No: 1

Solid State Lighting (LED) reduce energy Application

Our linear line can

Officers: Jason Brown, LC, President 440-243-3535, x127 F: 440-243-9993 [email protected] Rich Rutledge, Vice-president 216-875-4000 [email protected] Charles Alexander, Secretary 440-979-9800 Fax: 440-979-9802 [email protected] Wendy Turkuc, Treasurer 440-953-8760 Fax: 440-953-1289 [email protected] Ex-Officio: Dyke Riffle, President 440-543-8257 Fax: 440-543-7236 [email protected] Board of Managers: Sean Cunningham [email protected] Brian David [email protected] Bob Doherty [email protected] Terry Kilbourne, LC [email protected] Ken Koos [email protected] Jim Milligan [email protected] Dyke Riffle [email protected] Steve Rogers [email protected] Gene Schleicher [email protected] Dave Woytek [email protected] Great Lakes Regional VP: John Selander 248-652-6425 Fax: 248-651-4049 [email protected]


costs by as much as 50 percent! presented by Paul Mercier LC Lighting Design Innovations, Ltd

Wednesday, September 19th, 2007 Elite Series

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In this seminar, Mr. Mercier shall discuss the use of solid state lighting in architectural applications and the advancement in the use of LED’s for general purpose.

Mr. Mercier will unravel the mysteries and myths associated with: Program Aisle Lighter General Purpose • monochromatic (single color) and color mixing LED’s Sponsored by: • the real expected life of LED’s and LED systems • distributed systems vs. integral systems • lighting instruments for applications • color options and lighting effects TCP,to Inc. create dramatic presentations Wet Location Series Utility Wrap Series Power Strip Series 325 Campus Dr. | Aurora, Ohio 44202 | P: 1-800-324-1496 | F: 330-995-6188 | • the control of luminaries • the pitfalls associated with solid state lighting Green Beam

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Mr. Mercier will also discuss the future of LED’s and how the architectural application of this solid state lighting technology may affect human health.

DINNER ~ London Broil ~ Marinated Flank Steak thinly sliced with a Cabernet Sauvignon Sauce, Side Salad, Baked Potato with Sour Cream, Green Bean Medley and Chocolate Mousse Cake for Dessert

Read the speaker bio on Page 5 WHERE: Holiday Inn Rockside Independence, Ohio WHEN: Wednesday, Sept. 19


5:30-6:00pm Social 6-7:00pm Dinner 7-8:00pm Program



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Illuminating Engineering Society of North America


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Committee Chairs: Education: Jim Milligan 330-418-4806 Fax: 330-995-6188 [email protected] Cleveland Technical Societies Council: Lew Sternberg, LC 216-831-6530 Fax: 216-831-6542 Membership: Gene Schleicher 440 244 4484 Fax: 440 244 4494 [email protected] Programs: Rich Rutledge 216-875-4000x4088 Fax: 216-875-4125 [email protected] IIDA: A.J. Mazza 216-901-6711 [email protected] Public Relations: Dyke Riffle 440-543-8257 Fax: 440-543-7236 [email protected] Historian: Brian David, PE, LC 216-391-3700 Fax: 216-391-0108 [email protected] Reservations: Wendy Turkuc 440-953-8760 Fax: 440-953-1289 [email protected] Lumen Press: Adam Kilbourne 440-953-8760 Fax: 440-953-1289 [email protected]

SECTION NEWS Advertising

This is the final issue for the current advertisers. Previous advertisers should have received in the mail a notice for continuing your support of the Lumen Press. If you have not had an advertisement in the past, now is your chance. The cost remains the same as the previous year $250. Your advertisement will be included in 9-10 issues plus the IES Cleveland Section web site. Ad sizes will be 3 inches tall by 2.5 inches wide and can be presented in full color. If you would like to purchase an ad, please contact Adam Kilbourne ([email protected] or 440.953.8760)

Agency Sponsor As an Agency Sponsor, your company will be responsible for arranging the speaker for your assigned month. In return, you will receive a one page advertisement (page 2) to use for anything you would like. Most try to highlight a product related to the topic. This ad must be sent to Adam Kilbourne at least 1 month prior to the presentation. If you have not been contacted, but are interested in Sponsoring an event, please contact Jason Brown (440-243-3535, x127)


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September 19th LED’s and where to use them

January 2nd BOM meeting

October 3rd BOM meeting at HWH



February 6th BOM meeting

Clambake Energy Smart Lighting at Albion Woods


November 7th BOM meeting 14th

Webcast Retail Lighting Applications - Amy Laughead Riece & Berni Bauer Held in the Akron Area


TBD - Agency Event

December 5th BOM meeting

2008 NEC Code Update - Lighting

TBD - Agency Event

March 5th BOM meeting xxth April 2nd xx th

Direct vs. Indirect Lighting in Office and Schools - Agency Event BOM meeting IIDA Awards and Section Awards Webcast New Model Lighting Ordinance Held in the Akron Area


Holiday Green Lighting Product Showcase



Holiday Social

May 7th

BOM meeting


Rib Burn-off / GE Nela Park

June 6th

Golf Event - Pineridge C.C.

OMT, LLC Products & Resources for ArchitectsEngineers Designers and Construction Professionals

Greg Shick [email protected]

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This spot can be your’s for $250 9-10 issues plus everyday on the website!


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SECTION NEWS ED-100 / Ed-150

4 - Packs

ED-100 Basic Lighting ED-150 Advanced Lighting

Ticket packages will be on sale again this year. You will have the opportunity to purchase a 4-Pack of admissions to the section programs. Paying for four programs in advance you will receive a discount of 20% off of the current fee of $25 for a typical monthly program. The program admissions are transferable among people in your office. 4-Packs are not available for special programs—webcasts, holiday socials, golf, etc. You must RSVP for the programs, the same as you would normally – just mention that you are using a 4-Pack admission.

Jim Milligan, the new Education Chair, is in the midst of planning an ED session starting in Februrary. ED-150 requires guest instructors. Please consider providing your expertise for one evening during the session. Information and outlines will be provided well in advance. Please contact Jim with any questions. Jim

Milligan 330-418-4806 or [email protected]

For anyone interested, ED-50 Discover Lighting, is available online: The Power of Lighting presentation is available at:

Contact Wendy Turkuc for more information. 440-953-8760 or [email protected]

Clambake October 18th will be the annual clambake held at Albion Woods in Millstream Run Reservation. The topic will be Energy Smart Lighting / The Sustainable Workplace. This event is co-sponsored by: Lightolier / Wolff Brothers Supply


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IESNA Cleveland Section c/o Adam Kilbourne TEC, Inc. 33851 Curtis Blvd., Suite 216 Eastlake, OH 44095

PAUL MERCIER, LC Paul Mercier is a professional lighting designer who has been certified by the National Council on Qualifications for Lighting Professions. Paul has over 25 years’ experience in lighting design and has completed projects throughout Canada and The USA A past-president of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America’s (IESNA) Chinook Section, and Regional Vice President for the Northwest Region he is presently member of the Society’s Board of Directors Mr. Mercier is an international judge for lighting design awards including the International Illumination Design Award for IESNA and General Electric’s International Edison Awards. He has received numerous awards for interior, exterior, and energy-efficient lighting designs. Paul is the author of both lighting design and software applications articles and has been published in Canada, Europe, Australia, Asia, and the United States. He is a an instructor for a post-graduate architectural lighting design course at the University of Calgary faculty of Environmental Design, Master of architecture program. PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS Lighting Certification – National Council on Qualifications for Lighting Professionals. MEMBERSHIPS IESNA Illuminating Engineering Society of North America IALD International Association of Lighting Designers AWARDS Royal Astronomical Society Award Valentine Volvo Exterior Lighting

IESNA Award of Merit Shaw Tower Vancouver Catch Restaurant – Calgary, Alberta Heritage Gateway Train – Calgary, Alberta Sunridge Sportchek – Calgary, Alberta Castiglione Residence The Grand Hall, Levesque Beaubien Geofrion TransAlta Greeting Desk Anderson Hall, University of Lethbridge Canadian Pacific Railways Intermodal Facility Site Lighting Corus Entertainment Shaw Communications South Fish Creek Library South Fish Creek Education and Recreation Center TransAlta On Call


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