Luceco and City Electrical Factors Red Cow worked together to deliver a bespoke lighting solution for prestigious office accommodation in Dublin.
Five Hanover Quay is a high-end 7-storey building, providing 15,000sqm of office space, and it is located in the vibrant Grand Canal Dock area of Dublin city.
With double-height entrance areas from a public plaza and a curtain wall façade incorporating double glazed windows and insulated glass spandrel panels, this is a living, breathing building that oozes design style and comfort.
In line with this, consulting engineer, Ethos Engineering, and electrical contractor, Suir Engineering, were tasked with incorporating a modern electrical package that matched this outlook.
Luceco was tasked with designing and manufacturing the bespoke lighting with City Electrical Factors ensuring that they were delivered on time.
Thomas Francis, Senior Lighting Designer at Luceco, explained, “To meet the project’s detailed electrical specification surrounding the performance and lifetime we used our Edgelit 1200×300 LuxPanel. In order to ensure the fitting met the light levels required in accordance with the electrical specification of the building and CIBSE, LUCECO fine-tuned the DALI drivers to provide the correct lumen output to illuminate the area to the required lux level.”
William Heather, Regional Sales Manager, Luceco, added, “This is a great example of how we work with clients to deliver a specific lighting solution and particularly important given the prestige of this project in the heart of Dublin.
“While Luceco has a proven pedigree for quality lighting solutions, we are a relatively new name in Ireland. However, projects like this will go some way to showcase what we can offer customers.”
Joe Van Der Westhuizen, Branch Manager at City Electrical Factors, Red Cow, said, “We are delighted to have been involved in the project and to again demonstrate not just the high quality manufacturers that we work with but how we can keep projects running smoothly with on- time deliveries direct to site.”