Just like new: an LED upgrade at the library and Boulevard Centre in the Town of Cambridge has resulted in an amazing facelift – not to mention energy savings over 64% and annual savings of $19k.
The Town of Cambridge recently contracted Enigin to upgrade 350+ lights at its Library and Boulevard Centre. By replacing the existing light fittings with new LED technology, light levels in certain areas have improved by over 300% and energy consumption has reduced by over 64%, saving close to $19,000 per annum for the council.
The previous lighting consisted of inefficient fluorescent tube fittings and halogen downlights. Our project improved energy efficiency and reduced maintenance by replacing non-LED lights with energy efficient, longer lasting LED lighting systems.
Lighting control via motion sensors were installed in key areas to assist with reducing the period of time certain lights are switched on. This prolongs the life of the fitting and minimises wastage when the space is not in use.
Enigin managed the project from lighting design through procurement, to installation and commissioning. The client provided excellent feedback on how Enigin handled the project praising the level of management, communication provided, professionalism and installation attention to detail.
We’re very proud to have helped the council and its community “see the light”!