Lower House Farm is a brand new £3.5 million recycling centre and waste transfer station in North Warwickshire.
When it becomes fully operational the state-of-the art household waste recycling centre will be capable of taking 10,000 tonnes of material a year and the transfer station will handle up to 70,000 tonnes of waste.
This new facility required a comprehensive lighting solution that incorporated a range of security, post-top, emergency and interior lighting.
This site is one of several similar facilities Spurlite have installed in conjunction with Electrical Contractor Spie Matthew Hall.
The Electrical project manager, Nick Bampton, wanted a company that could supply products for every area of the project to provide a one stop shop. This suited Spurlite's wide product portfolio perfectly and we covered the needs of the project from Interior industrial, office spaces and all exterior lighting.
The main challenge was to prove compliance with a consultants lighting design for the exterior lighting and, in particular, the need for the exterior lighting to adhere to light pollution regulation.