NiteLites of Kansas City Commercial Lighting is a Silver Sponsor of the Prairie Gateway Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (PGASLA). The PGASLA purpose according to their website, “…is the promotion of the profession of landscape architecture and advancement of the practice through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship.” As a sponsor, our Kansas City location supports this non-profit organization of top landscape architects. Their next event, First Fridays, is on June 3rd, 6 pm to 9 pm at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Kansas City 1801 McGee St., Suite 100, Kansas City, MO. All ASLA, Non-members, students, sponsors, neighbors, and friends are welcome to socialize in downtown Kansas City while helping to promote Landscape Architecture in the Kansas City Crossroads Arts District.

Here at NiteLites of Kansas City Commercial Lighting, we are a leader in the outdoor lighting industry with a primary focus on developing the best in architectural specification-grade outdoor lighting fixtures. Our design-build lighting teams collaborate with architects, landscape designers, high-end builders, and luxury pool developers in the Kansas City area on commercial lighting projects. Our business provides outdoor lighting design, planning, installation, maintenance, retrofitting with LEDs, and full replacement of line voltage systems.

Along with our efforts to create the best, most reliable lighting systems our products integrates perfectly with LEED projects. We recently introduced our radically improved LED landscape lighting. Our entire line of solid brass and copper landscape lighting fixtures can be retrofit with the most innovative LED technology available. Our systems are developed and manufactured exclusively for our NiteLites national franchises. Our LED landscape lighting appliances are up to 75% more efficient than low voltage systems with halogen lamps. Our proprietary systems can illuminate for up to 50,000 hours which minimizing costs and helps businesses preserve our environment’s resources.