MABPA is honored to recognize Pro-Cal Lighting as our Business Spotlight for the month, a family owned business that became the leading lighting expert for the nation’s top Energy Service Companies. Pro-Cal designs and installs beautiful architectural lighting for high profile locations such as the San Diego Convention Center and the Coronado Bridge. They are currently working on designs for color changing lights in San Diego’s most thriving downtown district such as Gaslamp and Little Italy. As Pro-Cal Lighting becomes more involved with the Port of San Diego and its projects on the water, you will see their work change the skyline of San Diego with lights and lighting shows that will be unique to our great city.

Pro-Cal Lighting’s History

At the end of 2014 Anthony Morales and Brian Morales (father and son) created a family owned business and took on their first large project with the Los Angeles Unified School District. Although the company experienced several growing pains, Pro-Cal Lighting excelled at servicing its clients through quick responses and qualified team members who added additional value to their clients. The company has doubled in revenues year after year and through a successful relationship contracting with SDG&E as a Minority Owned Business Enterprise, Pro-Cal Lighting has participated on projects in access of 10 Million dollars and has become the leading lighting contractor for our nation’s military locations. Pro-Cal Lighting is proud to be a part of the nation’s reinvestment through energy efficiency installations in our federal, state, and local municipal infrastructures.

About the Owner

Brian Morales began his career in the electrical industry at the age of twenty-one after finishing his education at San Diego Christian College. He developed his leadership skills as a youth director and business owner that focused on delivering results that exceed expectation. Obtaining his contracting license in 2008, Brian began developing his experience further in the electrical industry as a regional manager and responsible managing employee for an energy efficiency company based out of Connecticut. He managed large public projects in Alaska, Hawaii, Washington, Arizona, California, and Colorado. While achieving these milestones, Brian obtained his contracting licenses in Florida, Washington, and Michigan.

As a product of a mixed-race family, White and Hispanic, Brian found himself celebrating both sides of his heritage while discovering the hardships of his minority side. Understanding California to be a proactive state in removing barriers for minority business owners, Brian became involved and began developing his company to be focused on providing equal opportunity to all genders, races, and education levels. Because of this approach, Pro-Cal Lighting employs amazing individuals who represent the best California has to offer. 

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