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About

We specialize in creative lighting solutions utilizing LED light engines with a variety of beam patterns. Unlike most SSL fixture vendors that use secondary lenses and reflectors, Dale Robertson Lighting designs fixtures with light engines that use Application Specific Primary Optics (ASPO's). We have ASPO's for a wide variety of applications. These include:

  • Street & Roadway Lighting
  • Under-Canopy Lighting
  • Office & Retail Lighting
  • Industrial & Warehouse Lighting
  • Area & Flood Lighting
  • Walkway & Pedestrian Lighting
  • Custom LED Retrofit Plates
  • And much more

With over 12 years in LED's and over 30 years in the electronics industry, our team can help you with your lighting needs.

Dale Robertson - Owner and President of Dale Robertson Lighting (DRL) since 2011, Dale Robertson has worked for more than 20 years in the electronics industry in the areas of mechanical design and management for numerous corporations. As President of DRL, Dale is responsible for leading, driving and managing all aspects of the Company.

Previous to forming DRL, Dale was vice president for Maxtor and Quantum corporations. He holds a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Patrick McGarrah - Part of the Dale Robertson Lighting (DRL) team since 2011, Pat McGarrah is DRL's vice president of worldwide sales and marketing with responsibility for the company's global, strategic, and general accounts.

Pat has 28 years of high technology design, sales and management experience, with his career including positions at Digital Equipment Corporation, Quantum, Maxtor and Light Engines. Pat has a BS in Electrical Engineering from University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Arthur Lawrence - A member of Dale Robertson Lighting (DRL) company since 2011, Art Lawrence is DRL's design and manufacturing manager with responsibility  for global supply chain and materials management.

Before joining DRL, Art was a senior director for Quantum and Maxtor corporations. He obtained a BS in Electrical Engineering from University of Massachusetts at Amherst.