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Light that defies the elements

Zumtobel’s new TECTON IP64/IP54 continuous-row lighting system is now equipped for use in harsh industrial conditions. Resistant materials and a sophisticated sealing concept protect the modular system from dust and water splashes. Users can expect the classic installation convenience, plus ...

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Rye, Winchelsea & District Memorial Hospital appoints DMA Group to incorporate energy saving measures

Property maintenance specialist, DMA Group, has been appointed by Rye, Winchlesea & District Memorial Hospital to design and deliver energy saving measures across its site in East Sussex. The hospital, which is already an existing maintenance customer of DMA Group, is ...

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Pinnacle tackles sustainability in schools with LED switch

Facilities and property management service provider, Pinnacle Group, is working with seven schools in Swindon to reduce energy consumption by an estimated 60 – 80 per cent per annum by switching to LED lightbulbs.   The energy efficient lighting replacement ...

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Lighting trends

Amanda Speight, National Business Development Manager at CFE Lighting reveals the latest commercial lighting trends Offices are being transformed into more collaborative spaces, with common areas and conference rooms being modified to allow more space per individual. There will no ...

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New age lighting

Lighting systems need to remain efficient, even in sporadically used buildings. Anthony Parkinson of Ansell Lighting explores the role of smart lighting Many businesses and their employees are opting for a more flexible, hybrid approach, splitting their hours between the ...

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Bespoke lighting refurbishment makes a strong statement in double height reception area at One London Wall

It’s surprising to learn that even prestigious office developments built in the 21st century now require refurbishment. Whilst many still have visual impact, the experiences of those working in these spaces may not be so positive which may be because ...

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The LIA announces new council members and Presidents Award recipient

On the 30 July, the Lighting Industry Association (LIA) held its Annual General Meeting. Due to Covid this was held online, with many of the board, the LIA CEO and past Interim LIA CEO able to meet together as a ...

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Advanced lights the way at University of Bristol

The University of Bristol’s emergency lighting upgrade continues with the installation of a further ten LuxIntelligent emergency light testing panels from fire and life safety system manufacturer, Advanced. The new equipment will be installed alongside 21 existing LuxIntelligent panels linked ...

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Welcome back – settling back into the office

The working world has changed. Many are heading back into to the office full-time and whilst some are eager to return, some may have embraced WFH, enjoying no commute and having a private workspace. One way to incentivise returning to ...

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New Head of Academy and Policy at Lighting Industry Association

Bob Bohannon has joined the management team of the Lighting Industry Association (LIA) in the role of Head of Academy and Policy. This is a key role for the LIA and will provide strategy and leadership in the Academy, as ...

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