Dublin

The Reflector

The Reflector
Client
Park Developments Group
Scale
11,600 sq m
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A cutting-edge modular lighting control system in a landmark building.

The Story

The €100m Reflector is set to be a landmark office and residential building in the heart of Dublin’s central business district, Grand Canal Dock. The six-storey over-basement office building extends over 11,600 sq. m and is finished to the highest standards, achieving LEED Gold V4 accreditation and A3 BER Certification.

The Solution

We supplied a unique modular wiring design coupled with a lighting control system. We used plug-and-play modular wiring components from Wieland Electric. Pre-assembled and pretested, these provided ease of installation on-site and flexibility for future modifications.

The lighting control system from Delmatic combined with our modular wiring design allows for decentralized building automation via plug and play.

The Success

The pluggable connection technology resulted in cost reductions, less time spent on site, and a flexible installation.

The intelligent, scalable and modular lighting systems achieve comprehensive central management. Monitoring of the installation is also possible with the powerful local user control. Overall, the solution met today’s modern office buildings’ objectives, offering convenience and performance in one touch.

Systems used in this project

DALI Lighting Control Systems
Responsive technology, Total building control

Intelligent, scalable and modular, our Dali lighting control system is built on IOT open protocols for lean installation, optimised energy use and total flexibility in your building.

Modular Wiring
Plug and Play to the Final Point

Manufactured and tested off-site for a fast installation on-site, our modular wiring solutions reduce costs and improve efficiency during your project and across the life of the building.

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