The Rangers Ballpark in Arlington has undergone a $12 million renovation, including an overhaul of the private club behind home plate. This space, formerly known as the Cuervo Club, has been renamed the Capital One Club and incorporates a new design, putting the dining area in the center of the club and enlarging it by 9,100 square feet and 104 seats.
Beta-Calco's Xacara range was selected as it offers a variety of fixture designs within a single product family, facilitating a unified aesthetic throughout the space, whilst providing excellent quality of light. Xacara SQ, Xacara Tiros, & Xacara SS combine contemporary style, the latest high output LED technology and design flexibility. All luminaries feature a CCT of 3000K and a CRI of 90, which provide a warm, enticing ambiance as well as excellent color rendition in all areas. Many of the fixtures feature multi-axis gimbal heads, providing the designer and end user with even more functionality, as well as the ability to highlight selected features within the space.
XACARA Luminaires are energy efficient, achieving up to 85 lm/W system efficacy. Lighting system wattage is lower using XACARA luminaires when compared to similar Halogen, CFL or MH luminaires.
Architectural Lighting Alliance has more than 75 years of experience in supporting the local Architectural and Design communities in arriving at their desired solutions for any and all interior, exterior, commercial, and industrial applications. They work with industry leaders to provide consistent and top-quality lighting for every project by offering reliable client support every step of the way. Representing the industry’s leading manufacturers from around the world, ALA stays ahead of the curve by offering the most technologically advanced and efficient lighting solutions with taste and creativity.
Sterling Barnett Little, Inc.
Sterling Barnett Little, Inc. was founded in 1994 by James S. Little, Jr., AIA, NCARB, LEED AP and Michael K. Barnett, AIA. The firm began on the foundation of healthcare design and has grown into hospitality, sports and entertainment, and institutional design projects. Twenty years and a thousand projects later, Sterling Barnett Little continues to shape the design of buildings throughout the USA.