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Largest Stadium in Japan Improves Energy Efficiencies and Light Quality

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Coastal Cargo Port of Houston

Coastal Cargo Eliminates Spill Light and Improves Worker Visibility with Musco’s LED Technology

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New Soccer Mini-Pitch Unveiled at Luis Muñoz Marin Middle School to Provide Recreation and Life Skills Development for Newark Youth

NEWARK, N.J. – An innovative new soccer mini-pitch system was unveiled at Newark’s Luis Muñoz Marin School on Thursday, marking the fourth mini-pitch opened this year in Newark. The opening is part of a five-year partnership with the New York Red Bulls, Newark Public Schools, U.S. Soccer Foundation and Wells Fargo to increase access to safe places to play across the city by creating 20 new soccer mini-pitches.
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ADB SAFEGATE and Musco Lighting Partner to Offer Suite of Airport Efficiency Solutions

COLUMBUS, OH and OSKALOOSA, IA--ADB SAFEGATE Americas, LLC, and Musco Lighting have announced a partnership that will offer airports in the Americas a complete portfolio of solutions designed to improve operational performance, environmental impact, efficiency, and safety.
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Five English Premier League Clubs to Debut TLC for LED Stadium Lighting for 2018-2019 Season

LONDON, ENGLAND--As the 2018-2019 English Premier League (EPL) season kicks-off, five clubs are set to unveil new pitch lighting at their home grounds, significantly enhancing visibility, broadcast quality, energy efficiency, and the overall stadium experience for players and spectators.
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New D.C. Area Mini-Pitch Unveiled to Support Increased Access to Youth Soccer Programming

WASHINGTON D.C.--Youth soccer players from throughout Washington D.C. were on hand today for the unveiling of a new mini-pitch at Petworth Recreation Center, as part of a national effort to positively impact the lives of young people through participation in the sport.
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