The Detroit Section has an active calendar that includes various educational courses as well as multiple opportunities to network and socialize with industry peers. To keep abreast with our upcoming events follow the calendar below.
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Please join us for a holiday social as we return to Pop’s for Italian in Ferndale
Chopped Italian Salad (Vegetarian Available on Request)
Char-Grilled Sirloin (Gluten Free)
$10 for Students
$25 for Emerging Professional IES Members
$40 for IES Members
$50 for Non-Members
Significant Others of IES Members are welcome to register at the Member Ticket Price.
Attendees are encouraged to send their favorite holiday photos from their childhood, family gatherings, etc. for us to show off at the event! Please send photos to [email protected] by Thursday December 8, 2022.
Please RSVP by Thursday 12/1 at 1pm. We can’t wait to see you!
Tickets are Limited, so we recommend buying tickets as soon as possible.
Go to the link below to reserve tickets:
Webinar participants are eligible for one (1) IES Continuing Education Unit (CEU).
New technologies that impact our lighting community are emerging, converging, and disrupting business as usual. Some are poised to reposition lighting from prominence in the built environment to being assimilated by other industries. LEDs are mature and as that aspect of our market slows, convergence with other trades accelerates.
Why do lighting events feature EV charging products? Are the internet, telecom, HCAC and electronics companies assimilating our industry? Are lighting manufacturers still innovating? The next revolution in lighting is underway and it portends to be larger and faster than the SSL revolution.
How do you position yourself securely during a seismic shift? Anticipating change helps us to prepare for it. Ignoring change is how we become irrelevant. This session will address the changes we currently face, how they will affect skill sets in our lighting community and suggest new skills that will be needed in the next decade and beyond.
Presented by Mark Lein, LC, CLEP, CLMC, HBDP, LEED AP
Mark has designed interior and exterior lighting systems for a wide range of applications including residential, municipal, retail, healthcare and both conventional and nuclear power plants. Over several decades he has provided lighting education while working, presenting and teaching across four continents. He serves on over twenty lighting related committees including ASHRAE, ANSI, IEEE, ICC and the IES. As a part of his job he also monitors over 100 lighting related organizations.
Mark is a columnist for Lighting Design and Application Magazine writing on the changes in our industry and he hosts a podcast on lighting trends and technologies. Mark serves on multiple boards and executive committees advising various organizations. Mark ran the educational centers for both Cooper and Hubbell Lighting and was the Director of Government & Industry Relations for OSRAM SYLVANIA before joining the Illuminating Engineering Society. He serves as lighting consultant to the IES through his company, Augmented Illumination.
Join Design and Construction Students and Professionals for a Lighting Industry Panel and Networking Event at Lawrence Tech University!
Students and Professionals in Design and Construction are invited to join IES Detroit for a Lighting Industry Panel and Networking Event in the UTLC Gallery of Lawrence Tech University. Attendees will learn about the disciplines that make up the lighting industry, and strengthen their understanding of how these roles work together to be successful.
The event will kick off with a Panel consisting of professionals from various sectors of the lighting industry, and the Networking Event will give attendees an opportunity to learn about each other, and celebrate the diverse roles and skillsets that are needed to make projects happen. Participants in the Networking Event are eligible to win prizes!
Salvatore (Sam) Moschelli – Integrated Design Solutions – Architect
Delia Rodi – Niagara Murano – Lighting Designer
Brandon Reynolds – Peter Basso Associates – Electrical Engineer
Brian Mendez – Michigan Lighting Systems East – Lighting Agent
Kyle Verseman – Landscape Forms – Manufacturer
Kelly O’Connor – SourceBlue LLC – Construction
Moderator: Darren Lapsley – Clarus Lighting and Controls
4:00-4:30 Gather with Hors D’oeuvres
5:30-6:30 Networking Event with Strolling Dinner
6:30-7:00 Prize Announcement
$10 for Students
$15 for Emerging Professional IES Members
$20 for IES Members
$30 for Non-Members
You may be asked to provide Student ID or proof of Association Membership at the door.
The Lighting Industry Mixer will be held at the UTLC Gallery at Lawrence Tech University in Southfield, located in the south end of Building 3 (map below). Attendees may park for free in Lots A or G.
Thank you to Clarus Lighting & Controls for sponsoring the Digital Booklet!
The Annual IES Detroit Lighting Product Show is the “must attend” event of our calendar year. Featuring over 100 lighting exhibitors, there will be something to see for everyone. This is your chance to see the latest trends and developments in the lighting industry. Lighting Designers, Architects, Interior Designers, Specifiers, Electrical Engineers, Electrical Contractors, and Distributors are all encouraged to attend.
The trade show features plenty of food and several open bars to enjoy through the evening.
Also be sure to come and buy a raffle ticket at the door for your chance to win great prizes donated by our exhibitors and the IES Detroit Section.
NEW FOR 2023: IES Detroit is proud to offer CEU Presentations at this year’s Product Show.
3pm-4pm :: The Benefits of Warm Street Lighting :: Bob Hahn and Michael Woznicki, Lumecon
4:30pm-5:30pm :: The Science of Color: TM30 :: Bridget Cross, Ecosense
6pm-7pm :: Specifying Sustainable Luminaires :: Anita Majumdar, Acuity Brands
Sustainable building certifications are not a fad; they are a must for today’s commercial construction projects. The widespread pursuit of these certifications has not only improved the built environment, but it has also spawned creation of new certifications that go beyond energy code to address health and wellbeing. As we compare certifications, one thing becomes clear, they are similarly based on the same set of standards and codes. While each offers a unique twist, and thus, varying degrees of difficulty to achieve. This presentation will address the use of lighting to Meet the Metrics of three of the most popular certifications, LEED, the WELL Building Standard, and The Living Building Challenge. AB 2203 1 AIA LU HSW
Presenter: Kristen Mallardi, LC, MIES
Kristen is a 15-year Lighting Industry veteran and Senior Specification Sales Manager for Acuity Brands Lighting where she strives to “Light The Way” by sharing brilliant ideas and staying connected with the ever-changing lighting industry. Kristen stays connected through her strong partnership with Acuity’s network of market leading Lighting Manufacturers representatives in the Mid-West. She is also dedicated to sustaining the mission and vision of the Illuminating Engineering Society at the local section level, where she has served as President of the Cleveland section and as District 8 Chair, among various other IES committee roles.
- Meeting Fees:
IES Emerging Professionals $15.00
IES Member $20.00
Non-IES Member $30.00
For discounted fees, please provide Student ID or proof of Association Membership at the door.
- Meeting Location Details:
Our Event will be held at the Engineering Society of Detroit, 20700 Civic Center Drive #450 Southfield, MI 48076. Free on site parking is available.
5:00-5:45pm – Gather and Network
5:45-6:30pm – Catered Dinner
6:30-8:00pm – Presentation
LIGHTEN UP! brings individuals within the design community together to engage, inspire and challenge one another to create a luminaire made from everyday objects.
YOU MUST RSVP by April 21st, 2023. You do not need a team to register!
6:00pm-6:20pm Gather and Network
6:20pm-6:30pm Video by National Sponsor Q-Tran to introduce lighting kits
6:30pm-8:00pm Design Competition
8:00pm-8:30pm Luminaire Presentations to Judges
8:30pm-9:00pm Prize Announcements
-Participants will compete with other sections in real time. Teams will have 1 1/2 hours to design and build their luminaire.
-Teams can be 4-6 participants. You do not have to be an IES Member to participate!
-The Light Source will be provided by Q-Tran. The building materials will be provided by IES Detroit. These will be available to you at the start of the competition.
-The Design Theme will be revealed when the competition begins
-Food and beverages will be provided during the event.
SPACE IS LIMITED – SAVE YOUR SPOT TODAY!
Questions? Please email Eric Graettinger – [email protected]