• Infinity Park
  • Infinity Park
  • Infinity Park
  • Infinity Park
  • City of Glendale

    Glendale, Colorado

    Infinity Park is a municipally owned sports, entertainment, and events venue comprising most of a two-block area. The Phase 3 portion of the project consisted of an expansive five-acre public park that includes a rugby practice field and a multi-use field for special events. All of the park’s architectural features are lit with subtle metal halide sources that are not too bright or overpowering. The paths within the park are minimally lit by metal halide bollards to provide a relaxing, welcoming feel to the park, while still providing enough light for safety. The rugby practice field is lit by metal halide sports lighting, which provides bright, even illumination along the entire field. The multi-use field is lit with metal halide floods that are turned on when a special event is taking place. The general park lighting is controlled by a photocell/timeclock, and the practice and multi-use fields are controlled by manual timers to maximize energy efficiency. Because of the minimalist approach to the park lighting and the high efficacy of the sources used, the lighting power density was far below that allowed by ASHRAE and the IECC.
 

Infinity Park Phase III

City of Glendale

Glendale, Colorado

Infinity Park is a municipally owned sports, entertainment, and events venue comprising most of a two-block area. The Phase 3 portion of the project consisted of an expansive five-acre public park that includes a rugby practice field and a multi-use field for special events.

All of the park’s architectural features are lit with subtle metal halide sources that are not too bright or overpowering. The paths within the park are minimally lit by metal halide bollards to provide a relaxing, welcoming feel to the park, while still providing enough light for safety. The rugby practice field is lit by metal halide sports lighting, which provides bright, even illumination along the entire field. The multi-use field is lit with metal halide floods that are turned on when a special event is taking place.

The general park lighting is controlled by a photocell/timeclock, and the practice and multi-use fields are controlled by manual timers to maximize energy efficiency. Because of the minimalist approach to the park lighting and the high efficacy of the sources used, the lighting power density was far below that allowed by ASHRAE and the IECC.