Busy start to 2017 for Ventilux
Why are Customers choosing Ventilux?
Over the last few months Ventilux have provided Emergency Lighting Solutions to some of the most prestigious projects in Ireland- Facebook Data Centre, LinkedIn HQ, Amazon Data Centre, Biomarin Pharmaceutical, The RDS Redevelopment and Microsoft’s new state of the art HQ in Sandyford.
The reason customers are choosing Ventilux is threefold- Performance, Quality and Value. In Ventilux we have a very innovative R&D Team. In consultation with Architects, Consultants and Installers, we have designed products that increase light coverage through LED Lens Technology.
This dramatically reduces the number of lighting points required to be installed on projects. This reduction saves installers on costs associated with labour and raw materials.
Some of our recent projects include:
LinkedIn Headquarters Dublin
RECRUITMENT SOCIAL NETWORK LinkedIn doubled its Irish workforce after it bought a new international headquarters in the city centre.
The company already employs 600 people in Dublin, and says it new HQ plans saw that figure grow to 1,200.
The new international headquarters is located at Wilton Place along Dublin’s Grand Canal, beside the company’s current offices.
Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI)
RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) will open its new academic education building, located at 26-31 York Street, Dublin 2 this year. The facility, due for completion in Spring 2017, is the outcome of an €80 million investment and is the largest construction redevelopment project in the city centre in recent years with 120,000 square foot of space spanning over ten floors.
The building will be a state of the art surgical and clinical training suite containing a flexible wet lab, mock operating theatre, clinical training wards, standardised patients rooms and task training rooms. It also includes a 540 seat auditorium, a library spanning three floors with 500 study spaces, a sports hall and fitness suite.
Ventilux was delighted to be selected as the sole Emergency Lighting supplier for this prestigious project. The system the client selected was a DALI Addressable Testing System.
The luminaires selected included:
A NEW 172,000 SQUARE foot office building is set to change the streetscape of Burlington Road, Dublin 4.
The panoramic €170 million building will span almost 100 metres on Burlington Road and could accommodate up to 2,000 workers when completed.
Ventilux installed the new OptiLens LED on this project. Ventilux believe this luminaire will be their most popular product in 2017 -as it significantly reduces installers labour and material costs on site.
Royal Dublin Society Redevelopment (RDS)
The RDS Redevelopment will increase the capacity at the RDS Arena from 18,500 to 21,000.
The final redevelopment design met the specific requirements of Leinster Rugby, the Dublin Horse Show and other commercial considerations of the RDS, all contained on a tight building footprint and in a busy working environment.
The €26 million redevelopment is sure to boost the facilities and experience at the RDS.
Ventilux were selected as the Emergency Lighting Supplier to the popular sporting venue.
Facebook Data Centre Clonee
Ventilux was delighted to be involved in the €200m Facebook data centre in Clonee, Co Meath, which will be the social media giant’s first in Ireland.
The development will bring the total size of the facility to 57,690 sq m — eight times the size of the Aviva Stadium.
Ventilux was delighted to be selected as the Emergency Lighting supplier for this prestigious project. The system the client selected was a DALI Addressable Testing System.
Microsoft Headquarters Sandyford
Ventilux was delighted to be involved in the design and supply of Emergency Lighting to Microsoft’s new €134 million 35,000 square-metre campus of their own in Leopardstown, south Co. Dublin.
The facility will bring all 1,200 of the tech giant’s Irish employees under the one roof for the first time in recent history. Currently the company’s offices are split between three buildings in Sandyford and Leopardstown.
The construction of the mammoth new building created over 150 jobs.
The products installed on the project included:
Amazon Data Centre
Internet retail giant Amazon completed the construction of their new massive data centre in Dublin in a move that could propel its expected total capital expenditure on such projects here to as much as €1bn.
It will undoubtedly be one of the biggest data centre sites the US firm has in Ireland. The country has been experiencing a boom in data centre construction thanks in part to its temperate climate, which helps lower the cost of cooling the large buildings.
Ventilux was selected to supply bespoke Emergency Lighting Solutions to this specific environment.
One of world’s most innovative companies, BioMarin, continued its expansion in Cork.
Ranked 10th on Forbes magazine’s 2015 list of the world’s most innovative companies, the biotechnology company significantly expanded its manufacturing operations facility in Shanbally, Ringaskiddy, Co Cork.
Ventilux supplied a 30Kva Static Inverter System to the project as well as their state of the art Netcom 5XP Testing System.
N5XP Reference Sites
- Hilton Hotel
- Vauxhall Motor Company
- Becton Dickinson
- Dublin Airport
- Athens Concert Hall
- Liverpool One Development
“Ventilux was our first choice from an early stage to supply the Emergency Lighting Testing System on the Paradise Street Development Project (Liverpool One). Their tailored approach in understanding our needs and providing technical support to all stakeholders from design to completion was exceptional.
Ventilux worked in conjunction with our team to ensure significant medium to long term savings in relation to our Emergency Lighting maintenance and testing. We couldn’t have asked for a better partner in this endeavour. Their professionalism was refreshing and I would welcome the opportunity to work with them again.”
Chris Bliss, Estate Director, Liverpool One