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Lighting up the tower

Location:                     Providence Tower, London

Duration:                     4 days

H&S Statistics:            No lost time, accidents or other incidents

 

Project summary

Delta were awarded the contract to supply and install three red, medium intensity WL3000 aircraft warning lights to the top end of a residential tower that will be operational during the hours of darkness. The installation also included a UPS Control Panel, brackets, a junction box and photocells.

At 136 metres high – 44 storeys in total – Providence Tower is one of the tallest structures in London.
An aerial shot of Providence Tower clearly displaying its [...]

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