Lighting up Brighton’s Royal Pavilion

9th November 2012 | Posted in: Heritage / Conservation, Quantity Surveying, CDM Consultancy, Baqus News

BAQUS have recently finished a commission providing Quantity Surveying and CDM Co-ordination services for a spectacular new lighting system at The Royal Pavilion in Brighton.

Guests and officials gathered on the 30th October 2012 to celebrate the launch of the new energy efficient LED lighting that will illuminate the building and highlight its architectural features. BAQUS Senior Consultant Philip Daventry was on hand.

The new set of lights is around 75% cheaper to run than the previous system whilst saving carbon emissions. It was designed by Urban Projects Limited.

Mayor of Brighton and Hove Bill Randall was on hand to turn the lights on.

He said: “This new and economical scheme means the Royal Pavilion can now be lit in a way that this iconic and unique building deserves. Evening visitors to our city will now be able to see the Royal Pavilion in all its fantastic glory, whilst being assured that the scheme brings both a reduction in energy and light pollution.”

The dynamic new system has a range of different colours and will only illuminate the building and not the night sky.

For more information about this project please contact Philip Daventry on phil.daventry@baqus.co.uk or 01243 792220.

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