Street Lighting Upgrade

Street Lighting - Caley Construction

Client:

Campbell & Kennedy (C&K) was appointed by Caley Construction to deliver the upgrade of street lighting in Bathgate.

Strategy:

The project required the upgrade of an existing footpath between two main roads and the installation of new LED lighting. In order to connect the new lighting system, C&K completely rewired the system to the existing local feeder pillar.

During the installations, hinged column were installed in order to provide ease of access for any maintenance that may be required, however due to the design and longevity of the system, the need for maintenance has been significantly reduced.

Result:


C&K provided an exceptional service for us. Both their in-house and on-site staff were very professional and able to answer every question we had. C&K made every effort to help us along the way


Aaron Moison, Civil Engineer
Caley Construction

C&K’s highly skilled electrical team installed the LED lighting, providing a long-lasting, durable and cost effective solution and ensuring that pathway is consistently well-lit.

C&K’s team successfully completed the installation on-time, on-spec and on-budget. C&K’s experience in electrical contracting meant that they understood the client’s requirements and had the skills and attitude to deliver the project on time and to a high standard. C&K’s team have the right attitude to ensure that all projects are delivered to a very high standard and all expectations are exceeded.

The new lighting has helped the local council to comply with their environmental requirements by reducing their carbon emissions, and has also lowered their maintenance costs due to the effectiveness and durability of the lighting.

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