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Congratulations to AOLP 2011 C.O.L.D. graduates

Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by AOLP, Mar 16, 2011.

  1. AOLP

    AOLP Inactive
    Messages: 158

    HARRISBURG, PA- Earlier this month, the Association of Outdoor Lighting Professionals (AOLP) hosted its 2011 Annual Conference & Expo in Scottsdale, Arizona. The conference featured two certification training sessions, as well as numerous educational speakers and seminars. On Thursday, February 3, 2011, AOLP held its annual awards banquet to honor professional excellence in outdoor lighting design. One of the highlights during the banquet was the graduation ceremony for the very first class of Certified Outdoor Lighting Designers (COLD).

    The COLD program is an advanced level of specialized training in landscape lighting design. It is the only certification program of its kind currently being offered in the industry. Participants spend four years in the program developing their lighting expertise and building on a series of fundamental principles that are universally acknowledged to form the basis of "good and responsible" lighting design. During the program, lighting designers engage in peer group studies, in depth project observation, professional seminars and personal growth projects in order to analyze and better their work. The primary goal of the program is to promote design excellence, while allowing for the development of an individual's own lighting design style.

    AOLP is proud to announce its first ever graduating class of Certified Outdoor Lighting Designers (COLD):


    • Mark Carlson, #1101 – Avalon Artistic Landscape Lighting, Roseville, CA
    • Nels Peterson, #1102 – Nightfall Landscape Lighting, Chanhassen, MN
    • Matthew Broyles, #1103 – Firefly Lighting, LLC, Roswell, GA
    • Pamela Bingham, #1104 – Luna Landscape Lighting, Mississauga, Ontario
    • Tom Williams, #1105 – Williams Landscape Lighting Design, Portland, OR
    • Janet Lennox Moyer, #1106 – Jan Moyer Design, Brunswick, NY
    Page 2 – 2011 COLD Graduates


    • Heinrich Fischer, #1111 – Sundown Designs-NY, LLC, Fairport, NY
    • Chris Mitchell, #1112 – NiteLiters, Inc., Owensboro, KY
    • John Niggli, #1113 – Lightscaping by Niggli Associates, Rochester, NY
    • Brooke Perin, #1114 – Wolf Creek Company, Columbus, OH
    • John Pletcher, #1115 – Natural Accents Outdoor Lighting, Kansas City, MO
    • Oscar Welch, #1116 – Welch Creative Lighting, Windermere, FL
    • Paul Welty, #1117 – Innovative Nightscapes, LLC, Portland, OR
    • Michael Southard, #1118 – Kichler Landscape Lighting, Cleveland, OH

    For more information about AOLP or the COLD program, visit our website at www.aolponline.org. The Association of Outdoor Lighting Professionals is a national organization representing the interests of lighting professionals. The mission of the organization is to establish standards, educate industry professionals and increase awareness of the outdoor lighting industry.

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    Interviews with COLD graduates can be arranged.
  2. Utah Landscape Lighting

    Utah Landscape Lighting LawnSite Member
    from Lehi
    Messages: 6

    I hope to attend the next AOLP meeting to get more skilled on landscape lighting design, installation, and service.
  3. jlouki01

    jlouki01 LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 453

    Brook Perin is a really nice person who happens to be our rep at Wolf Creek! Go Brook!
  4. NightScenes

    NightScenes LawnSite Silver Member
    Male, from Kingsland, Texas
    Messages: 2,214

    Brook is also a huge asset to the AOLP!!

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