Case Study

Bezier Appartments

Tudorvale Properties Group started development in 2008 to designs supplied by TP Bennett that are arced and dramatic. Locals have called the building ‘Bezier’s Bum’. No one seems to have taken into account the design actually helps diffuse noise levels in such a bustling environment.
  • Project:
  • Lighting Overhaul
  • Building:
  • Bezier Appartments
  • Client:
  • Strata SE1 Management LTD
  • Instructing Client:
  • Tudorvale Properties Group
Key Issues
  • Light fittings were failing regularly.
  • Fluorescent lighting was everywhere
  • Huge maintenance bills were regular and escalating
  • No balance between energy use and maintenance causing damage
  • Sensors were located next to glazing panels
  • MLamps commissioned incorrectly.
Future Lighting Audit highlighted
  • Maintenance charges were running away with the budget
  • Numerous light fitting failures and repairs had caused long term system issues
  • Different fittings and components had caused inconsistent light levels and colours
  • The overall look was unappealing
  • Energy use was high
  • Commissions needed to be carried out correctly
  • LED was a more appropriate, ecological and economical way forward
Energy saving
Money Saving
Long lasting
Future Lighting are convinced by years of experience that too often efficiency falls victim to design

The Future Lighting solution

One of the biggest frustrations for Bezier was the damage that was being done to light fittings and lamps that were not being commissioned correctly. We undertook an audit and isolated the problematic fittings that were then set up correctly. Re-commissioning sensors near glazed panels was a priority Being proactive in the way lights are audited; changing practices to promote ‘best’ practice.

In addition, attention was given to sizing, colour rendering and light output. Considerable time designing the most appropriate, durable and aesthetically pleasing result paid off. In addition the overall light levels were improved in entrance lobbies, corridors, and utility areas. We set about reducing costs and energy use overall.

  • Improved light levels
  • Consistent colour rendering throughout leading to improved aesthetics
  • Reduced maintenance to zero
  • Saving on administration time and costs
  • Tenant satisfaction from a more proactive approach to their lighting needs
  • Energy saving of 80% upwards
  • 5 year warranty

Conclusion

At Future Lighting our philosophy is to create proactive long -term partnerships with our clients. Our audits, inventories and maintenance packages remove lighting maintenance and upgrade hassle from any block management ‘to do’ list as well as saving time, money and energy. Attention to detail regarding lighting design and maintenance can transform a block’s efficiency in many respects.

Get in touch
Key statistics
38m
ROI(m)
20
Project Timeline (days)
135100
KW Saved
100
Positive Feedback (%)