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Collingwood Lighting T: +44 (0)1604 495151 www.collingwoodlighting.com


Coming soon to a wholesaler near you – all the latest LEDs, fittings and energy savers in the brand new 2012 Collingwood Lighting Catalogue. Providing a comprehensive range of LED finished products made to the highest quality, designed and developed in the UK, Collingwood Lighting are market leaders in LED lighting. Simply collect a copy from an Electrical Wholesaler the next time you visit or download a copy directly from our website, www.collingwoodlighting.com


RIDI T: +44 (0)1279 450882 www.ridi.co.uk


GE Lighting T: +44 (0)800 169 8290 www.gelighting.com/eu


The 2011 GE Edison Award was presented to Glenn Heinmiller, Paul Zaferiou and Dan Weissman of Lam Partners (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) for lighting the United States Institute of Peace in Washington, DC. A personalised Steuben crystal award was presented by GE Lighting on May 8, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The GE Edison Award competition is open to lighting professionals who creatively employ significant use of GE light sources (lamps and/or LEDs) in a lighting design project completed during the previous calendar year.


MHA Lighting T: +44 (0)1942 887400 www.mhalighting.co.uk


Wigan Council Energy Management has halved energy bills and Co2 emissions at one of their busiest car parks by installing award-winning LED lighting from MHA. MHA provided a powerful solution to replace the existing 230 (70 watt) sodium fittings (84 watt with ballast) with their energy efficient LB30 fitting, which is just 45 watts inclusive of ballast. These fittings are designed and constructed to operate for 60,000 hours maintenance free saving the council a further £1,065 per annum in annual maintenance costs.


Havells Sylvania T: +44 (0)870 606 2030 www.havells-sylvania.com


A range of Sylvania’s innovative LEDs have been used in a re-lamping project at Rendezvous Casino in Brighton. The new lighting scheme offers significant energy savings while keeping maintenance costs low. Rendezvous Casino is situated on Brighton marina. Before the re-lamping took place, the previous lighting design was costing in excess of £7,000 per annum to run. The Sylvania Hi-Spot RefLED ES50, Candle ToLED, PAR 30 RefLED and GLS A60 ToLEDo were chosen for their energy saving capabilities and ease of retrofitting.


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Orchard Primary School in Hackney has embarked on an ambitious project having been awarded £6m by the Primary Capital Programme. The project includes the refurbishment of the 3-storey building and an extension designed by architects at Rivington Street Studio, incorporating lighting control and luminaires from RIDI. RIDI’s F-Line luminaires were installed in coupled rows as the slim styling provides the option for a variety of light distributions and can be surface-mounted or, crucially, suspended. The indirect light and option for suspension allowed the lighting system to integrate with suspended acoustic panels, ensuring a suitable working environment.


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