Park Pacific Tower Apartments

Project Overview

This high-rise residence in the heart of Long Beach, California was looking to improve light quality while simultaneously reducing their energy and maintenance bills. Through a full LED retrofit of all common spaces, Park Pacific Tower Apartments decreased their monthly overheads while providing a better ambiance to their residence.

  • 369 Fixtures and 774 Lamps retrofitted in Hallways, Bathrooms, Common Areas and Exterior
  • LED 2x4 Tropher
  • LED 2x4 Strip
  • LED Recessed 4"
  • LED Vanity Lighting
  • LED 1x4 Strip
  • Retrofit Overview

    369 Fixtures and 774 Lamps Retrofitted
  • 10 Year Energy & Maintenance Savings

  • System Payback

    1.3 Years

Client Story

Park Pacific Tower Apartments is a high-rise in Long Beach, California. They were looking to reduce energy bills, decrease number of maintenance calls and improve the quality of light for the residents. The Sunnect Lighting retrofit involved removing all of the lighting ballasts at the property, in addition to the use of lamps with operating lives of 50,000+ hours. These 2 factors alone will all but eliminate what had turned out to be regular service calls.
  • Lamps contain no hazardous materials
  • >90% of the energy used is to create light, not heat
  • Instant start and no flicker
  • Lamp life unaffected by cycling
  • Directional lighting


All of the Sunnect Lighting LED retrofits share many of the same benefits. The larger the LED retrofit, the more noticeable the benefits. For example, if you were to only retrofit 10 fixtures at a property, chances are you will not notice anything different on your next electric bill. However, for this project where hundreds of fixtures were retrofitted to new LED lighting, this customer has seen their energy bill drop by 34% due to the retrofit alone.
  • Enhanced Light Quality
  • Significant energy savings
  • Elimination of (575) lighting ballasts for maintenance-free lighting
  • 50,000 hour lamp lives
  • Increased security at property and elimination of all “dark spots”