Identifying and confirming client requirements Strategy logic and presentation Setting out of: CCTV Electronic locks Door controls Card swipes Emergency overrides for locks Motion detectors (PIR) Status monitors (Reed switches) Central monitoring and recording  


Lighting – Sports

Sports lighting is a specialised area as it requires not only a table of lux levels to comply with but also knowledge of how the sports are played in order to locate luminaires. SPORTS, floodlit for amateur, semi-professional and tournament events. Uniformity, colour rendering and glare control are critical for that perfect match. Swimming pool…



Switch gear for power distribution, installed in accordance with BS7671 Manufacturers; GE; Eaton MEM; Schneider; ABB Domestic distribution boards now to be metallic as of 2015. Type tested or Partially Type Tested. Rate 50kAIc for 3 seconds.

Lighting – Church External

Exterior lighting serves to light the exterior feature of the architects work as well as providing an illumination for safe movement. The exterior of a large traditional church. This case example demonstrates the capabilities of LED lighting.  All installed accessible at low level in the ground, at the tower parapet and mid line above the…

LED – And The Way Ahead

So what does happen next.  For the average person in the high street, the ever increasing variations of LED lamps may raise such questions as. . . >   Are the lamps we have suitably energy rated? >   What of our traditional style lighting schemes that suit the heritage of the building? >   Can I do this myself or…

Lighting – Churches Open

With the knowledge that availability of space, cultural and climatic influences for building construction exist,  there is a need for open sided buildings to worship at whilst providing a shelter from the rain.  This example has been provided as the lighting affects both the internal congregational space and the surrounding external area. The first example…


Lighting – Church Interiors 1

Interior lighting serves to light the habitat, to enhance the interior design of the architecture, to provide a level of comfort for worship and the display of audio visual material and of course, to provide enough light to read from the hymn books. Key features such as the Cross, the pulpit, the lectern and banners…