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Light Efficient Design sets University of Nottingham on path to brighter lighting

The University of Nottingham has completed an initial project to replace exterior Low Pressure Sodium (LPS) campus lighting with retrofit LED lamps manufactured and supplied by Light Efficient Design, the US-based world leader in retrofit LED HID lamping technology.  This ...

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Report links office design to employee wellbeing and productivity

A major new report from the World Green Building Council has revealed there is “overwhelming evidence” which demonstrates the design of an office significantly impacts the health, wellbeing and productivity of its staff. The Health, wellbeing and productivity in offices: The ...

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Crescent lights up e-cigarette firm

Vapouriz Electronic Cigarettes is set to make energy savings of around 45% while reducing maintenance costs and enjoying significant light quality improvements following the installation of retrofit LED Panels from Crescent Lighting.Fast growing Vapouriz Electronic Cigarettes has recently completed a ...

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Let there be light

Charlie Kortens takes an in-depth look at the future of lighting and lighting control systems in the workplace. With many exciting innovations and developments taking place across the industry it is time facilities managers stopped looking at lighting as just something ...

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Innovative solutions for photoluminescent life safety signage

Vimpex has introduced the Implaser range of photoluminescent life safety signage, which features brightness levels many more times than required by the Standards and innovative products that enhance building safety.The Implaser line is the ideal safety signage in areas such ...

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Crescent LED tubes pass the test

Retrofit range combine best price and performance with deep quality control. Crescent Lighting’s Energy Focus LED fluorescent replacement tube solutions lead the industry on price, performance and quality control. The T8/T12 LED retrofits combine a robust US military design pedigree ...

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London Underground names contractors for £330m tube upgrade

Over 20 contractors and three multi-discipline design firms have been selected for a £330m contract to modernise 70 London Underground (LU) stations, including Embankment, Paddington, Earls Court, South Kensington and Charing Cross. The aim is to modernise and maintain the 70 ...

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Let light improve the retail experience

GE Lighting has launched the new ConstantColor Ceramic Metal Halide (CMH) Precise lamps developed specifically for retail applications. The high performance lamps provide superior quality of light with exceptional colour rendering to ensure merchandise is illuminated to the best possible ...

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Lighting up the way to workplace enlightenment

The next time you want to calm down the mood of your hot-headed boss, or the emotional intensity of making an important decision, you may want to dim the lighting first. A new study from the University of Toronto Scarborough claims to show ...

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Global project to price up health & productivity benefits of green buildings

A major global project aiming to define the health and productivity benefits of green office buildings is being launched today by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC). The topic is rising up the global real estate sector’s agenda as organisations ...

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