Scottsdale looks at $5M upgrades to sports field, Bird’s Nest lights

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The Scottsdale City Council is scheduled to vote on a $5 million contract for new and improved lighting at sports facilities and fields.

The city is considering awarding the contract to Musco Lighting. The council will vote on the contract at its Oct. 6 meeting. Plans call for Musco to upgrade existing and install new lighting at Horizon Park as well as at city fields adjacent to Laguna Elementary School and Pima Traditional School.

There will also be upgrades to lighting at the Scottsdale Sports Complex. City staff said that lighting will improve conditions for Bird’s Nest events during the Waste Management Phoenix Open. That includes eliminating the needs for portable diesel generators to power extra lighting during the golf tournament events and reducing impacts on neighbors.

Iowa-based Musco specializes in lighting for sports projects including the Amway Center in Orlando, Denver Public Schools, Clemson University and the Port of Miami.

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