The city of American Fork in Utah has been developing the residential areas around Art Dye Park and, as a result, city leaders have noticed an increasing amount of people utilizing the park’s pickleball and softball facilities. In order to enhance playability and expand opportunities to use the facilities, the city wanted to install high-quality LED lighting that would prevent light spill and glare from intruding on nearby homes, and be easily controlled so the lights could be shut off in accordance with the community’s curfew.
After researching several options, the city turned to Musco due to the company’s reputation in the industry and its unmatched light control and glare reduction. They opted for a custom Total Light Control—TLC for LED system, with patented visoring technology to avoid glare and spill in the surrounding areas. Musco’s Control-Link® monitoring service allows the city to manage the lights instantly, from anywhere, as well as schedule the lights well in advance to shut off in compliance with the local curfew.