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Entrance lobby at Moor House

Improving building energy efficiency – starting with the entrance lobby

Moor House, designed by Sir Norman Foster, is one of the largest office buildings in the City of London. Since the building opened in 2005, lighting technology has moved on dramatically and Moor House felt it was time for improvement. In keeping with its modern sophisticated style, the entrance lobby at Moor House required the previously installed AR11 capsule lamps to be replaced with energy efficient lamps. The client wanted to save money and energy, but keep the same colour rendering.

GCL were contracted by Skanska to replace the existing AR11 capsule lamps within the entrance lobby. Moor House Management Services (MHMS) who manage this prestigious building for Deka Immobilien, required more energy-efficient LED lamps to reduce their annual lighting costs and its environmental impact.

GCL offered a bespoke solution which has ticked all the boxes, so much so people hadn’t realised we had changed the lighting over to LED. Installation was efficient and hassle free now we burn 90w per coffer rather than 450w

Madeleine Pugh, Moor House Management Services

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