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Unprecedented Times Call for Unprecedented Service

April 13, 2020

USNS COMFORT NY

With the drastic increase in COVID-19 cases, the USNS Comfort was recently deployed to New York to provide relief for land-based hospitals that were over-capacity and struggling to keep up with the escalating number of critical patients. 

In order to properly accommodate this mission, the Navy required hull perimeter and waterline security lighting that the current traditional fixtures couldn’t provide. The USNS Comfort would benefit from an immediate upgrade to LED. The Navy looked to Phoenix Lighting – its longstanding lighting supplier in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Working closely with its distribution partners, Federal Resources and Resource Lighting and Controls, Phoenix was able to meet the Navy’s needs.

In a matter of four days, Phoenix Lighting customized, built and delivered ModCom 2 LED floodlights to give the USNS Comfort the updated safety, light quality and efficiency required for the current deployment. 

ModCom 2 Floodlight

During this unprecedented time, Phoenix is proud to support the critical initiatives of the U.S. Navy and all other customers who require specialty lighting and fast response during the COVID-19 pandemic.

USNS Comfort

The USNS Comfort is a Navy hospital ship that has all the amenities of a land-based medical facility - lab services, radiology, pharmacy, helicopter landing platform and, most importantly, the capacity for 1000 patients. From the Persian Gulf War to Hurricane Katrina, the USNS Comfort has responded to some of the world’s most critical needs. 

Phoenix would like to thank Federal Resources and Resource Lighting and Controls for their cooperation in this project and their valued, industry partnerships.

Federal Resources             Resource Lighting and Controls

 

Phoenix was also featured in the local Milwaukee news this week for this project. To view the broadcast, please click here.