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2021 Wellworth
Jackson, MI 48203


Company’s Description

EverLast® Induction Lighting is a subsidiary of Full Spectrum Solutions, Inc., which was founded in 1997, and has quickly become the leading manufacturer of energy-efficient lighting solutions for roadway, parking structure, facility and area lighting applications.

By incorporating bi-level controls with on/off photo sensors, our EverLast® induction fixtures can reduce energy use by up to 70 percent and have won awards for sustainability in utilizing SMART technology.

We are strong believers in practicing what we preach, so when we outgrew our facility in 2008, we decided to build a state-of-the-art “green” facility where we could begin manufacturing a variety of energy-efficient EverLast® induction light fixtures. We completed construction of our new 72,000 sq. ft. world headquarters and manufacturing facility in the beginning of April 2010.

Several of the building’s “green” features include: geothermal heating and cooling; solar/wind powered hybrid parking lot lighting; recycled energy-efficient window glass; daylighting controls; and solar tracking skylights that track the sun throughout the day to capture more of the sun’s usable light by reflecting light that would be otherwise lost when the sun is low in the horizon.

Our line of U.S. made EverLast® fixtures includes the only Type III Induction Cobra Head fixtures, IP65 Rated Shoe Boxes, Acorn Walkways, optically-enhanced Bi-Level Garage fixtures, our new Charlevoix Rectangular Cobra Head fixtures, and our PV/Wind powered hybrid area lighting system.

Educational institutions, federal agencies, military facilities and municipalities throughout the United States have completed projects exclusively with EverLast® Induction fixtures. Several notable EverLast® projects include: NASA, Harley Davidson, Fort Drum Military Base, The University of California, The University of Michigan, Columbia City Indiana, Yuengling Brewery and the demonstration center at the California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC) at the University of California.

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