Check out some of the facilities using our fixtures.  We're sure you'll see the advantage is clear.

The Gardens Ice House

The Gardens Ice House is a privately operated skating and fitness facility in Laurel, MD. Built on Fairland Regional Park land, the venue features an Olympic ice rink, three NHL rinks, and since November 2013, an outdoor mini-rink.  The facility hosts the Mid Atlantic Skating School, Gardens Figure Skating Club, and Potomac Curling Club, as well as the annual Maryland Scholastic High School Championship.

Glebe Road Park

This popular park contains tennis courts (3 courts with lights) and a basketball court (1 court with lights). A multi-use court lined for pickleball and with lights can be used for non-programmed alternative sports. Nature trails connect to Gulf Branch and Fort Ethan Allen Parks. The four-acre park also has basic amenities such as a drinking fountain and picnic tables.

Robert Moton Center

In August of 2017, Carroll County Recreation and Parks decided to partner with Mledtech to upgrade the lighting at the Robert Moton Center.  This building, originally the Robert Moton High School, now houses the Health Department and offices for the Recreation and Parks department.  The onsite gymnasium is used as a community center regularly hosting sports and events.  The site is used regularly for Pickleball, a sport that has grown in popularity in Carroll County. 

Route 1 Athletics

Chris Hannigan founded the Route 1 Athletic Training House, nearly 10,000 square feet of top notch training facility for goal-oriented athletes with a strong desire to "GET BETTER."  We approached the team at R1A about upgrading to LED fixtures, and their desire to improve their facility was much in line with their mission to make athlete's better.  If you are looking to take your athletic abilities to the next level, check them out at

Laurel Boys and Girls Club

The Laurel Athletic League was established in 1955 and in 1964 changed its’ name to the Laurel Boys and Girls Club (LBGC). The LBGC was established by local citizens with a common interest in serving the youth of our community.  Initially, the membership was approximately 50 boys and in 1965, the membership grew to 400 youth participants. Currently, the LBGC serves over 3500 youths and is one of the largest boys and girls clubs in the state of Maryland.  Our team is working to convert the entire facility to LED over the next year.