When the city of Belding, Michigan needed custom electrical enclosures to protect the electrical connections and wiring for a large decorative lighting project they turned to Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures. Learn how Stahlin was able to provide them with a custom solution that withstood the application’s environmental conditions in Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosure’s City Lighting Project Case Study.
Belding, Michigan is a quiet but progressive community, with a tremendously rich history and a promising future, situated between orchards and cornfields along the Flat River. In 2009, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) awarded the City of Belding with a $650,000 enhancement grant for sidewalks, pathway, decorative lights, and trees to improve M-44 within the City of Belding. M-44 is a 37.4-mile (60.2 km) highway that runs northward from the intersection of M-11, 28th street and M-37. The project included M-44 in Belding from Orchard Street to Hall Street. The total cost for the project was $1.2 million and included sidewalks, 200 trees and 84 historic lamps.
The City of Belding was committed to support as many area companies and individuals as possible. For the lighting portion of this project, they were fortunate to have three local businesses awarded the contracts.
With the overall project in the very capable hands of engineering firm Fleis & Vanderbrink Engineering, Inc., and the electrical installation overseen by the experienced team at Airport Lighting, the next challenge was selecting the proper electrical enclosures to protect the electrical connections and wiring used to…>>Read More