NG Bailey completes work on Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Published:  04 July, 2013

NG Bailey

The major refurbishment and expansion of Edinburgh International Conference Centre, with electrical services by NG Bailey has seen a substantial increase in size. The £9 million project involved NG Bailey upgrading and installing a new HV and LV electrical power distribution system in the existing building and new office space.

The project included general and emergency lighting for the new offices, new fire-detection equipment linked to the existing fire panel, lightning protection and dedicated power supplies to serve specialist operating equipment in the new office spaces.

One aspect of the project included enhancing the originally proposed lighting system to take advantage of technical advances to LED lighting which offered greater functionality and usability.

Features of the project include moving-floor technology that enables the suite to be configured into many different set-ups. There is a new entrance and cafe. The project includes a new 7-storey office development split between two buildings.



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