External Car park lighting

External car park lighting using the architectural Wedge shaped Trapez Series Street lights are used in the ‘Information Age Park’ in Ennis, County Clare.  This is a 35 acre upmarket architectural landscaped Parkland setting for Internet, software and similar companies who require advanced telecommunications.  The architectural luminaires were specified by Consultant Engineers and all Luminaires and lighting Poles were supplied in a specific RAL finish to match the architectural Building.

These architectural street lights are available with Metal Halide, HPS or LED optics.  Typically external  car park lighting schemes are illuminated to an average 20 Lux light level, but many external car park projects require 30 Lux.  Occasionally 50 Lux or more is specified, usually in white light.  These higher light levels are to enhance the appearance and safety of the site, and encourage more night time shoppers.

External Car park lighting

Other Projects with these architectural Street lights include GMIT in Galway, Roscrea Golf Club in County Tipperary,  UCC in Cork, Blackrock Clinic in Dublin, etc.   With LED optics, these Luminaires can be dimmed or switched on or off by local Sensors or controlled from remote monitoring stations.

Other areas of this Information Age Park have Origin Street lights on 10m Constant Diameter Columns.  A nearby Supermarket complex at Rosleven also uses the same Luminaires.

Different types of lighting columns can be supplied including tubular lighting columns, conical lighting columns, constant diameter lighting columns, etc.  Special RAL finishes on request.

To get a detailed Proposal for your External Car Park lighting project:

Please send Autocad drawing by email. There is no charge or obligation for suitable Projects.
We will calculate the number of light fittings required and advise light levels. We will advise where they should be located and the cost of the Equipment. Other lighting may need to be added for landscaped areas or to add decorative architectural effect.

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