Pyramid Building Lighting Upgrade Gives Distinctive Landmark New Pop

One of San Antonio's most distinctive office spaces, the Pyramid Building in San Antonio, Texas is the home of SNB Bank. The nine-story Pyramid Building rises in a series of dramatic setback terraces at the intersection of Loop 410 and San Pedro Avenue. It was built in 1979 using golden limestone quarried from a narrow deposit near Austin.

Its recent Philips Color Kinetics LED ColorBlast Exterior Lighting Upgrade by Facility Solutions Group, FSG, added excitement to an already interesting and eye-catching building. The exterior lighting facelift brings the structure into the 21st century, giving the distinctive edifice an appealing sense of fun and local pride. 129 total fixtures were upgraded; 195,049 kWh were reduced. The building is now enjoying annual utility savings of $18,529 and annual maintenance savings of $46,209. The project has a simple payback of 3.23 years and an added real property value of $1,294,786.

To learn more, please enjoy the video and visit FSGI.com.

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