Lighting Controls Ltd. wins Marylebone Cricket Club contract

Lighting Controls Ltd. wins Marylebone Cricket Club contract

Marylebone Cricket Club (owner of Lord’s Cricket Ground), has completed the first phase of their planned redevelopment with the construction of the Warner Stand at Lord’s, adjacent to the existing Grade II Listed Pavilion, and opposite the iconic Media Centre.

The club has been located in St John’s Wood, London, since 1814, and parts of it are Grade II Listed, including the pavilion. The new Warner Stand comprises five levels with two tiers of seating for 2,656 spectators. There are three bars and a spacious restaurant on the top floor with pitch-facing views. It also includes a new facility for match officials, and match-control and PA rooms.

Lighting Controls Ltd were selected by the primary M & E contractor Sykes & Son to provide the lighting control system for both operational and public areas incorporating intelligent DALI components. The system includes PIR sensors, scene plates and a connection to the Building Management System via a BACNET interface. This unique interface enables automated HVAC control from the lighting control system using both presence detection and manual light switch control. This control of the HVAC system according to areas are occupied or not contributes to considerable overall saving on energy consumption by using the Lighting Control system. The system also incorporates an overall monitoring and management system.

Lighting Controls Ltd. wins Marylebone Cricket Club contract
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Lighting Controls Ltd. wins Marylebone Cricket Club contract
BDC July 2022 issue - 294

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