Lighting Case Studies
London Heathrow Marriott
Boasting 393 rooms across 5 floors the London Heathrow Marriott is one of the leading Heathrow hotels and a flag ship property in the Marriott UK portfolio.
In an effort to provide the hotels guests with a better visual experience, whilst enhancing the hotels green credentials, the London Heathrow Marriott contacted UK LED lighting manufacture Gemma Lighting to carry out a review of their car park lighting.Facebook share Tweet Google share
Co-Operative food store
The Co-Operative Group is the UK’s fifth biggest food retailer and employs more than 74,000 people across its 2,800 stores and is committed to supporting British food production.
In line with its drive to lower their energy consumption and become a greener company, the Co-Op store contacted Gemma Lighting Ltd to provide more energy-efficient LED lighting at their Frobisher House site.Facebook share Tweet Google share
Based on Southampton Road, the Portsmouth Marriott welcomes visitors from all over the world to the south coast, with 173 rooms spread across seven floors.
Looking to change out their initial lighting setup in the car park area, the Portsmouth Marriott wanted to replace their 70W Globe lights that were identified as being one of the largest consumers of energy for the hotel. Customers using the car park had also made complaints about the previous lighting.Facebook share Tweet Google share
Centrica British Gas
Centrica is one of the largest integrated energy companies in the UK and North America, and a top 30 FTSE100 company, incorporating British Gas and many more.
Centrica embarked on a carbon reduction programme in 2010, to reduce CO2 by 25% by 2015. As part of a 5 year programme, supported by Carillion, British Gas highlighted the site at Aylestone Road, Leicester as a prime candidate for more energy efficient lighting schemes.Facebook share Tweet Google share
Leicestershire Police covers more than 965 square miles of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and is responsible for the safety and security of almost one million people.
One of the force’s six key duties is to ensure effective and efficient use of resources, and it is with that in mind that Leicestershire contacted Gemma Lighting about replacing their existing metal halide lights with LED technology.