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Out and About MHA Lighting Office space Isle of Man


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MHA Lighting has recently reduced the lighting energy consumption for three companies with offices in the Catalina Property Services’ St Mary’s Court, Douglas, Isle of Man. This 36,000 square foot commercial building has estimated savings exceeding £300,000 and 850 Tonnes of Co2 with the introduction of the latest LED technology in lighting and winning the ‘Best Practice in the Private Sector’ category in the Isle of Man’s Energy Awards 2013. Using low energy luminaires and proven ability to design bespoke, precision lighting solutions, MHA Lighting was chosen to replace all of the existing fluorescent fittings in the St Mary’s Court offices and lobby areas of the three companies, Charlemagne Capital (IOM) Ltd, Nedbank Private Wealth Ltd and Tristao Services Ltd. Catalina Property Services said: “After discussions with our residents about rising electricity costs, increased pressures to reduce carbon emissions and ways to improve light levels in our building – we sought a lighting supplier that could deliver on our strict brief: To find a lighting solution that would improve light quality for our leaseholders, whilst significantly reducing St Mary’s Court’s energy consumption and carbon footprint.”


They investigated and researched various fittings from different suppliers to find the best optimal light solution, and they chose MHA Lighting’s TiLites to supply 80CRI and 4000 kelvin colour temperature. This combination significantly enhances the working environment, and is also known to help concentration which in turn contributes to a greater feeling of wellbeing amongst staff. Catalina Property Services added: “We


are pleased to say that MHA Lighting has been able to offer a solution that delivered on all our collective goals. By replacing the lighting in the offices of our residents with MHA Lighting’s low-energy LED fittings, not only are they seeing real cost savings on their energy bills – over £300,000 is expected, but the light colour, output and uniformity is superb and the initial feedback


Saving money at the office


Award-winning LED lighting project slashes energy bills and saves over 850 tonnes of C02.


is that staff are benefiting from the improved lighting levels. We are only two months into the project


and already actual meter readings for June suggest we are ahead of the projected lighting energy savings.”


These installations have fully serviced warranties of ten years, three above the standard for similar LED lighting installations. Tom Harrison, MHA Lighting MD, said: “It has been a pleasure to work alongside Catalina Property Services and the three organisations on this project. Their commitment to the green agenda and becoming carbon neutral is truly impressive. “Their recent award-win demonstrates what commitment and the right technology can achieve – we are delighted to be playing our part in helping them achieve their goal.” Harrison concluded: “We look forward to taking on the next lighting challenge on the Isle.”


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MHA Lighting +44 (0)1942 887 400 www.mhalighting.co.uk


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