Join us for food, drinks, fellowship, and fun as we celebrate the Holiday Season with an Axe-Throwing event at Urban Axes Baltimore!!!
This combined IES/IEEE Baltimore Sections meeting will be a tour of the recently renovated Guinness Open Gate Brewery and Barrel House. The event will feature a catered reception, and attendees will be treated to tours of the lighting and power systems design of this exciting space.
Located in Relay MD, the newly renovated 80,000 SF, 90 million dollar facility is truly a beer lovers’ paradise. MAG-Lighting Design (MLD) was chosen to provide lighting design services for the exciting project. For the exterior façade with harp logo, MLD specified continuous, linear LEDs along with twin narrow floodlights, providing an elegant, warm yet impressive effect. Once inside, the atmosphere continues with meticulously illuminated architectural details, seamlessly integrated into the structural beams, columns and open staircase. The glass block bar in the main tap room is softly backlit, while LED track lighting highlights antique oak aging barrels. The third-floor restaurant and bar are lit by a multi-layer, fully dimmable lighting composition that manages to be intimate and impressive at the same time.
RSVP: Please register by Friday, February 15, 2019
Limited space is available, so buy your ticket today!
Architect: Design Collective
About the Tour Guides
Magdalena DiDomenico, LC, LEED AP - Founder and principal designer, MAG Lighting Design LLC. Educated overseas, Ms. Didomenico has over twenty years of lighting design experience and has provided design services for numerous high profile projects. Her education and experience combine to yield a unique perspective along with in-depth knowledge and understanding of all aspects of the modern lighting design process. She is able to provide computer lighting analysis, specifications, daylight studies, thorough CAD documentation and more.
Matthew Henry, P.E. - Mr. Henry has over 14 years of experience in the consulting and construction industry preparing construction documents, specifications, energy studies, arc flash and overcurrent protection studies for single buildings and large facilities such as campuses, hospitals, government buildings, and airports. His vast resume of projects varies from renovation to new construction in the range of 1,500 to 1,500,000 SF. Prior to his experience working as a consultant, Mr. Henry worked as an electrician for many types of different projects. His field experience and construction experience has provided him with an excellent understanding of providing construction documents that minimize constructability issues.