Specifications include, but are not limited to: replacing existing fluorescent lighting with more efficient LED lighting and upgrading controls with new energy saving features. The final system of fixtures and lighting controls will provide the following major energy saving features: 1. Light fixtures will be converted from fluorescent fixtures to retrofitted LED fixtures with “retrofit kits”. 2. New occupancy and light level sensors will be used to control lighting levels and HVAC temperatures. 3. All converted lights will automatically dim in response to sunlight over other conditions that cause the space to be over-lit. All converted lighting zones will be enabled to automatically dim if no occupancy is detected in the space. 4. HVAC equipment in teach lighting zone will be enabled to automatically set back if no occupancy is detected in the space. Controls: Contractor to provide a system which, if applicable, provides the operations staff the ability to view and modify light levels from a networked computer with a visual floorplan. “Provide” is to source, install and otherwise make a component operable. The new lighting controls system must include, but is not limited to: 1. Routers to manage the network devices. 2. Ninety percent loading of devices on each communications channel. 3. Combination motion/light sensors appropriately placed for proper control. 4. Replacement wall switches. 5. Product selections to manage areas containing various types of retrofit kits and fixtures 6. Programming & configuration of the lighting control system. 7. Integration of the lighting control system to the current WebCTRL® Building Automation System and programming to appropriately set back the HVAC control system based on occupancy. 8.