Beacon Lights were happy to be involved in the major refurbishment of Enoch House on the Greenstead Estate, Colchester. Enoch House is part of Colchester Borough Homes, which is due to be completed by Spring 2017.
Enoch House will be further enhanced by offering on site facilities including mobility scooter storage, onsite parking facilities, a guest suite for friends and family, hairdressing salon, lounge areas and landscaped gardens. The work to date has included the full refurbishment of 8 flats and the completion of the new entrance and office.
Kevin French of Beacon Lights was involved at very early stages completing a full lighting design for the project. Energy saving was just as important as longevity of the products used. There were also certain requirements that needed to be met, like ECA compliance, so a complete LED refurbishment was designed. This included controls like corridor function ballasts for the corridor area, integral PIR sensors and integral photocells for maximum energy savings. Self-test emergency luminaires were used throughout the corridor areas and stairwells.
The result is a very successful installation and much improved surroundings!
Client: Colchester Borough Homes
Category: Interior Lighting