Hotel car park lighting

The Hotel car park lighting at the Premier Inn, Aberdeen airport, Scotland consists of VeeLite Origin luminaires mounted on 8m columns.  With flat glass lens and full cut-off, the lighting prevents uplight and glare while providing a high level of even illumination.  The lighting cut-off can be seen from the shadows on the Building in the photo below.

This Hotel car park lighting Project was supplied with HPS type lamps which is economic and has maintenance and cost advantages.  Metal Halide (ie. white light) is also available and is increasingly popular. LED is also offered, and is very economic when connected with a dimming or sensor system.  The LED modules are designed as a separate unit to allow for future upgrade or replacement.

Hotel car park lighting

The lighting columns supplied are of tubular constant diameter with small outreaches for the Luminaires at 0.5m from the top.

We have supplied numerous hotel car park lighting projects across the UK and Ireland over many years. The Hotel above uses modern lighting but we have also used traditional and classic style lighting on many Hotel Projects.  With LED optics, it is also possible to add a lighting management system so the lighting can be monitored and controlled from a remote computer in head office.  With a lighting management system, there is no need for visual inspections to check if lights are working, as it can be done on a remote PC. This has a big savings for Local Authorities.  It is also possible to dim or switch lighting at certain times or dates, either for effect or to save energy.

To get a detailed Proposal for your Hotel Car Park Lighting project:

Please send enquiry by email and drawings if relevant. There is no charge or obligation for suitable Projects.
We will calculate the number of Hotel Car Park Lights 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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