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Article Date: 5th February 2018

TheisCraft Helps Transform 10 Queen Street Place

Queen Street Place - Lighting Controls - Lighting Control System

TheisCraft - 10 Queen Street Place

TheisCraft Limited has supplied a comprehensive, bespoke lighting management system for the remodelling of 10 Queen Street Place, London EC4. The system uses a DALI Lighting Control system with Front End PC to ensure the lighting control is precisely tailored to the needs of each space, whilst minimising the environmental impact of operating the building. In addition to monitoring and controlling the main lighting, the TheisCraft system also provides comprehensive monitoring of emergency lighting throughout the five storey building.

10 Queen Street Place commands a prominent position on the River Thames, adjacent to Southwark Bridge and close to St Paul's Cathedral and has an extensive 109m frontage. A remodeled entrance with a refurbished reception to include a new café, new atria, reconfigured floorplates and a high level garden overlooking the river on a previously empty roof, have all contributed to the transformation of the building into attractive modern offices.

Specified by design and sustainability consultants MTT, TheisCraft’s fully addressable, networked lighting control system has been installed on all floors, including the lower ground floor and the roof garden. The emergency testing system also means that facilities managers can fully automate all emergency testing without the need to manually check each emergency light fitting. TheisCraft also supplied the modular wiring for the project, reducing the level of communication required and ensuring consistent quality. The office lighting is part of a comprehensive Cat-A fit out and will result in significant energy savings and provide the desired consistency throughout.  

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