120 year old Niebling Auto Body gets energy efficient lighting!
Louis Niebling, a German wagon maker, immigrated to South St. Louis from Germany in 1887. He opened his first wagon shop on South Broadway in 1892. A tornado destroyed the shop in 1895. Louis preserved and started again, building his new 2 story shop at Niebling Auto Body’s current location on South 12th Street.
By 1905, Niebling was building was building the bodies of Mack’s 5 ton trucks. A year later Niebling started building automobile body’s for St. Louis’ first car manufacturing company, St. Louis Car Company. Niebling Auto Body has changed and grown over their 120 years. Their constant is quality care and commitment to their customers.
Niebling chose Branham Electric to provide a turnkey energy efficient lighting system.
- Free facility lighting audit – determines existing foot candle and review of existing system’s energy consumption. Propose energy efficient lighting system with control options and any electrical issues that may need to be addressed.
- Custom design turnkey energy efficient lighting system, including removal and EPA certified recycling of 87 existing metal halide and industry style stripe fixtures, lamps and ballast. Supply and installation of 51 new T8 high performance Fbay fixtures and T8 high performance retrofit kits.
- Reduced facility’s electrical consumption by $3,500 annually
- Secure $2,476.50 Cash Incentive Check from Ameren Missouri
- 27% ROI
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