Case Study

Anchorage Point

The main aim was to reduce the energy consumption, eradicate significant maintenance costs all with minimum disruption to residents.
  • Project:
  • retro-fit energy efficient lighting
  • Building:
  • Anchorage Point
  • Client:
  • Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward
  • Instructing Client:
  • Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward
Challenges included:
  • Reduce energy consumption
  • retro-fit energy efficient lighting
  • Reduce maintenance costs by 50%+
Retro-fit
Money Saving
Low maintenance
The installation of energy saving lighting for my Client looks great and they are pleased as well with the savings that will be made.

The Future Lighting solution

  • Remove all old, high wattage light fittings. This was to include all lobbies, stairs, reception and facility rooms
  • Replace staircase lighting for new LED Bulkheads
  • Occupancy Detectors, preventing wasted energy usage during unoccupied periods.
  • Replace all communal lobby area lights for new retro-fit LED alternatives
  • Installation of remote occupancy detectors to apartment communal lobbies, therefore controlling lights during occupied periods only.
  • Supply 5 Year Guarantee documents
  • Remove and replace old type 50W halogen spotlights with new 4W LED alternatives in the apartment lobbies.
  • Replace old type 50W halogen spotlights with new 4W LED alternatives and recessed Twin 26W compact fluorescent down lighters for 14w LED fittings in a lift lobby
  • Design and cost consultancy regarding over specification of existing lighting design. Reduce 25% of fittings to the lift lobby areas on all floors without incurring light level loss.
  • Refit lighting in two staircases feeding 10 floors that were permanently lit 24/7 without the option of control. Most fittings were located adjacent to glazed window areas
  • Replace all compact 35W fluorescent fittings for new 14W LED alternatives, with integral occupancy and light level detectors.

Results

  • Considerable energy usage (90% savings) and high maintenance costs were eradicated.
  • Overall lighting levels were improved dramatically.
  • The reduction of fittings saved 65%+ of energy used but light levels were increased by 20%.
  • Energy savings and reduced carbon footprint by staircase lighting systems switching lights “on” only during dusk and when occupied. These areas have saved 90% “plus” in energy consumption as these staircases are rarely used.
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Key statistics
32
ROI(m)
14
Project Timeline (days)
212
co2 saved (t)
98
Positive Feedback (%)