Moss Side Fire Station
Barlows (UK) Ltd were succesful in the tender of the LED lighting upgrade for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue service at Moss Side Fire Station.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue service have an ambitious sustainability strategy aiming to reduce their carbon emissions by 50% by 2020 and to become a net positive organisation by 2050. This means they will avert more greenhouse gas emissions than they produce, leaving the environment in better shape than if we had never existed. To achieve this target GMFRS will need to make big changes to the ways it works, including a commitment to manage the estate in the most energy efficient way they can. By transitioning to low energy lighting and ensuring lighting is not left on unnecessarily through the introduction of PIR sensors they are taking steps to fulfil this commitment.
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) is the second largest fire service in the country covering an area approximately 496 square miles, with a population of over 2.5 million people. Within this area they currently have 41 fire stations.
The Electrical installation works were to replace the light fittings for efficient LED lighting incorporating combined emergency lighting and the installation of PIR sensors throughout the station including appliance bays, offices, kitchen and canteen areas and community rooms.
These works consisted of.
- Installation of replacement LED lighting and combined emergency LED lighting
- Wiring and installation of Absence and Presence detection throughout
- Installation of additional emergency lighting to illuminate escape routes
- Installation of emergency lighting key switches
- Installation of override switch for appliance bays for PIR sensors
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