IES Philadelphia Recognizes Six Award-Winning TLP Projects

The Lighting Practice is proud to announce that six of the firm’s projects have received lighting awards from the Illuminating Engineering Society’s (IES) Philadelphia SectionAmicus TherapeuticsCHoP Roberts Center for Pediatric Research, Empire State Building Observatory Experience Reimagined, Inspira Mullica Hill Medical Center, June 5th Memorial Park, and UMCP A. James Clark Hall were recognized for their creative approach, technical execution, and the overall success of their lighting solutions. 

IES Philadelphia Section Award:

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Roberts Center for Pediatric Research
Philadelphia, PA

Client: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Design Partners: Ballinger, Pelli Clarke Pelli, Cooper Robertson Planners

Empire State Building Observatory Experience Reimagined
New York, NY

Client: Empire State Realty Trust
Design Partner: THINC Design

Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill
Mullica Hill, NJ

Client: Inspira Health Network
IPD Design Partners: Skanska USA, Array Architects, Leach Wallace Associates

IES Philadelphia Certificate of Merit:

Amicus Therapeutics Headquarters
Philadelphia, PA

Client: Amicus Therapeutics
Design Partner: CRB

June 5th Memorial Park
Philadelphia, PA

Client: 22nd and Market Memorial Committee
Design Partners: 22nd and Market Memorial Committee, Scott Aker, Barb Fox (Artist)

University of Maryland College Park, A. James Clark Hall
College Park, MD

Client: University of Maryland
Design Partner: Ballinger

The Illuminating Engineering Society is the premier lighting community dedicated to promoting the art and science of quality lighting to its members, allied organizations, and to the public. The IES Philaments is an opportunity to recognize designers’ professionalism, ingenuity, and originality. The awards program recognizes projects submitted by local professionals in the Philadelphia Section. 

The Lighting Practice is proud to have been a part of the design team for these award-winning projects. We thank IES Philadelphia for this exceptional honor.