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Legrand’s Wattstopper® and Pinnacle Brands Come Together for First Ever OEM Partnership in Human Centric Lighting

San Jose, Calif., October 21, 2019 – Legrand North & Central America, the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, today announced a partnership that brings Wattstopper Human Centric Lighting (HCL) capabilities to Pinnacle Architectural Lighting’s luminaires to simplify design, installation, and occupant control for tunable lighting projects. This marks the first fixture manufacturer partnership between the company’s Wattstopper product line and Pinnacle brand for HCL and embedded controls. 

Legrand honored by 2019 Cabling Installation & Maintenance Innovators Awards

Five Data Infrastructure Solutions Recognized with Innovators Awards at BICSI Fall 2019
West Hartford, CT, October 16th, 2019 – Legrand North and Central America, a global innovation leader in power, light, and data technologies for homes, workplaces, and data centers, announced today that its data infrastructure solutions were recognized among the best in the industry by the 2019 Cabling Installation & Maintenance Innovators Awards. The stellar third-party judging panel included cabling and communications system specifiers, designers, integrators and managers with vast professional experience.

Legrand’s Andrew Wale Appointed to CABA Board of Directors

OTTAWA AND San Jose, Calif. – October 14, 2019 – The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Wale, Vice President Product Marketing, Building Control Systems at Legrand, North & Central America, to its board of directors. 

Rhode Island Adopts the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code

San Jose, Calif., October 1, 2019 – Rhode Island has adopted a new building code, joining numerous cities and states in 2019 that have moved toward more stringent standards to increase energy efficiency and performance in commercial buildings. The 2019 Rhode Island Building Code, adopting the 2015 ICC suite of codes, went into effect August 1, 2019. The new code has a three-month transition period and will be fully enforced beginning November 1, 2019.