Specification win for Park & Ride Canley Vale

Released: 21-May-2015
Artist impression of Canley Vale Commuter park

The multi storey split level car park, commissioned by Transport for NSW is nearing completion and will add capacity for an extra 90 park & ride rail commuters at Canley Vale station in Sydney’s southwest.

Standard and permanently on emergency Chamaeleon light fittings were specified for the vehicular driveways in the undercover levels with pole mounted Zorro area lights specified for the open upper levels.

A variety of lensing types were selected for the Zorro area light to provide a customised solution to meet the Australian Standard AS1158 Lighting for Exterior Lighting ( Road and Public Spaces) illuminance requirements.

The lighting design also supported that the lighting installation met both the compliance requirements of AS1680 Interior Lighting for indoor commuter car park as well as the additional Transport for NSW requirements relating to accessible parking bays and footpath lighting.

Project partners were Meinhardt Australia, who were commissioned to provide structural and electrical services, installation contractors Digit Electrical and product supply wholesalers TLE Silverwater.

enLighten BDM Specification Charlie Tabone comments on the project win. “With our expanded capacity and recent product and smart controls range extension, this is an exciting opportunity to be involved in major projects, where we can develop tailored solutions to meet client needs.”

Charlie and the enLighten team are currently supporting end clients, consultants and lighting designers across a number of major projects in the pipeline in the University, car parks and shopping centre sectors.

The move into the specification market is an extension of enLighten’s solid success in the energy efficient lighting retrofit market, with over 1,000 installations nationally across commercial, industrial, residential strata and government sectors delivering annual energy savings of $5 million for our customers.

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