Author archive for BSEE

  • Luceco scores at Al Jazira Club

    By BSEE on July 4, 2018
    Luceco has recently relit the public areas of the Al Jazira Club, a football club from Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, playing in the UAE Arabian Gulf League.  Al Jazira Club was founded in 1974 through a merger between the Al Khalidiya Club, with the Al Butain Club. Luceco and energy partner, Gargash Lighting Systems, met the design […]
  • New Leeds hot spot turns to Lochinvar

    By BSEE on July 4, 2018
    Leeds is a city on the up. It has just been voted the fifth best destination to visit in Europe by the Lonely Planet guide and was in the running to be European City of Culture in 2023. Leeds has experienced the fastest growth of any major UK centre this decade and job creation is higher than in any other […]
  • Big Foot Systems Provides Flexible Support to a West Yorkshire Shopping Centre

    By BSEE on July 4, 2018
    Big Foot Systems has supplied non-penetrative supports for rooftop plant to a shopping centre in West Yorkshire. A £260m development, the shopping centre totals 51,096mM2 of retail and leisure space and has space for over 80 stores. During the development, one of the main anchor tenants at the shopping centre requested that the developer provide paving slabs for the rooftop […]
  • Lighting Controls Ltd. wins contract for Herbal House

    By BSEE on June 19, 2018
    Celebrating its industrial past, Herbal House is now in the centre of London’s High-tech hub. This five-storey, 115,000 sq. ft. office development was originally built for the Daily Mirror in 1928 and has been sensitively re-designed and refurbished with an emphasis on maintaining original materials, features and character. Herbal House will now be the UK offices of the online greeting […]
  • Case Study – Network Rail

    By BSEE on June 19, 2018
    Hull Botanical Gardens LMD is a fuelling point that carries out train ‘A’ examinations overnight.  The depot is staffed by six level five fitters and three maintenance assistants along with six cleaners based at the depot, with the night shift being the busiest and coldest shift.  As the majority of the work is carried out overnight and large doorways remain […]
  • ECO STRATEGIES PLAY KEY ROLE IN REGENERATION

    By BSEE on June 19, 2018
    “Northern Powerhouse” is being given a whole new meaning with the opening of Calderdale’s new multi-million pound Central Library & Archives in Halifax. Calderdale Council’s BREEAM “Excellent’ rated building- designed by LDN Architects- utilises sustainable strategies to reduce its carbon footprint- including a highly insulated building envelope, ground heat source pumps, a rooftop array of photo-voltaic panels and low energy […]
  • KIMPTON’S ‘TAKE’ ON VICTOR KIAM

    By BSEE on June 19, 2018
    Expansion has led to one solutions provider demonstrating its conviction in its supply chain. Kimpton Energy Solutions, based in Bromborough on the Wirral, has almost doubled its headquarters to accommodate growth, and enable all business operations to be in one place. It has turned to one of its major suppliers- Gilberts Blackpool- to ensure that the new offices deliver a […]
  • DUNHAM-BUSH SUPPLY SERIES BM FAN CONVECTORS TO THE JEWEL IN MIDDLESBROUGH’S CROWN

    By BSEE on June 19, 2018
    Middlesbrough Town Hall has recently undergone a major £7.7m restoration, transforming it into a modern cultural venue and important heritage asset. The challenge for Leon Atkins of DTA Consulting Engineers was to design a heating system for the Town Hall’s main hall that would deliver the most ecological and efficient heating, whilst providing comfortable environmental conditions for the people using […]
  • VULCATHENE AIDS HEALTH RESEARCH

    By BSEE on June 19, 2018
    The major £64m project to construct a new state-of-the-art food and health research facility on Norwich Research Park has utilised Vulcathene Chemical Drainage extensively throughout the laboratories in the new centre. The Quadram Institute will bring together scientists, clinical researchers and a healthcare clinic under one roof to develop solutions to worldwide challenges in human health, food and disease. Integrating […]
  • Remote Water Monitoring and Management in the Hebrides

    By BSEE on June 19, 2018
    A customer living in Norway had a remote water metering problem, so they approached Bell Flow Systems to provide a solution. They owned a second home in the Hebridean Islands, which was left empty for long periods of time and only visited sporadically. The customer wanted to be able to view the properties water usage remotely from their home in […]