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Avondale Community College was originally built in 1992. Demolition work of the 1992 building began in 2002, with students moving into prefabricated buildings. The new school development work began in 2005.
The school now boast new computer rooms,art and tech drawing rooms as well as a new sportshall. There are 30 teachers working in Avondale with a total student population of 412 pupils from 1st - 6th year, which will extend to 425 students by September 2007. The total area is just over 3000m².
i20, C20-S, C51-S, D20-R210
White Young Green Consultans
Dublin Electrical Services
The Grand Canal Square Theatre and Commercial Development in Dublin features a 2,000-seat performing arts centre which is integrated into a commercial area via two office blocks that include 375,000-square-foot of leasable office and retail space. This is located at the heart of the Grand Canal Harbour development and creates a focal point for Grand Canal Square.
The iconic building was designed by world renowned architect Daniel Libeskind and has pushed the boundaries of design, balancing iconic architecture with the functional requirements of a state-of-the-art touring theatre.
The lighting in the building is controlled via Helvar 910/920 DALI lighting routers located on each floor in custom built enclosures. All luminaires with the exception of the stage lighting are DALI controlled via the Lighting management system.
Glamox have delivered 1200 + luminiares to this project
The entire project contruction cost Euro 200 million.
All luminaires supplied to project are DALI and are controlled by KNX building management system.
Products supplied –
Client – Health Services Executive
Architect – A&D Wejchert & Partners Architects
Electrical Consultants – Delap & Waller & Associates
Main Contractor – Sisk Construction
Craigavon Area Hospital is a large teaching hospital in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It serves an estimated 241,000 people from the surrounding boroughs of Craigavon, Banbridge, Armagh and Dungannon.
The hospital opened in 1972, replacing several older hospitals as the main acute centre in the region. In 2011 Craigavon Area Hospital was granted University Teaching Hospital status by Queen’s University, Belfast.
The plans for the new trauma and orthopedic unit at Craigavon were made by Milligan Reside Larkin Architects. The lighting requirements were calculated by consulting engineers Beattie Flanigan. The lighting design was made by Lloyd Crawford and Gary McElkerney of Chroma Lighting in Belfast.
The building was shortlisted for the prestigious World Architectural News awards in 2010, against projects from as far afield as South Africa, Sweden and Japan.