NALMCO

AcronymDefinition
NALMCOinterNational Association of Lighting Management Companies
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"For the past half century, the negative effect of light loss due to dirt accumulation on lamps and luminaire surfaces has resulted in reduced light levels," said Norma Frank, past president of NALMCO and chairman of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America's (IESNA) Lighting Maintenance Committee, which has been looking into the problem.
"For the past half-century, the negative effect of light loss due to dirt accumulation on lamps and luminaire surfaces has resulted in reduced light levels," notes Norma Frank, past president of NALMCO and chairman of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America's Lighting Maintenance Committee.
"Without NALMCO, it wouldn't have been accomplished.
"Architects and lighting designers have been specifying and installing initial design levels of illumination above the required levels to compensate for accumulation of dirt, resulting in increased upfront costs and more electrical power wasted daily," says Norma Frank, past president of NALMCO and chairman of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America's (IESNA) Lighting Maintenance Committee.
In an attempt to provide assistance where and when it is needed, NALMCO, a network of geographically diverse lighting management companies, was voluntarily formed to help serve the needs of facility management.
Charles Occhino, CLMC, president elect/treasurer of the Princeton Junction, NJ-based International Association of Lighting Management Companies (NALMCO).
Participation of NALMCO lighting management companies was solicited and 10 were selected geographically across the U.S.
There are also MOUs with NALMCO (RP-36) and INFOComm (DG-17).
The interNational Association of Lighting Management Companies (NALMCO) formed 60 years ago to serve the contractors, designers, consultants and manufacturers active in the planned lighting management community.
At NALMCO events, energy services companies have consistently defied the stereotype of their not being concerned with the quality of the lighted environment.
LEED Green Associate for most, CLMC for NALMCO contact, CLEP for AEE contact, CLC for ALA showrooms, HBDP for ASHRAE, etc.
We have a need for a volunteer that is a member of BOMA, NALMCO, ALA and IALD.