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Delta impresses again in its most high profile project yet

 

Location:  Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, Dartford

Duration: 5 days

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

Delta Obstruction Lighting (DOL) was invited to tender by the QEII’s controlling authority in August 2008 and was awarded the contract in September 2008 to design, manufacture and install a system of six warning lights at each fixing point, that went above and beyond Civil Aviation requirements, and was compatible with the bridge’s remote-controlled SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) framework.

DOL undertook the designing and manufacturing phases with sister company Delta International Steeplejacks (DSJ) commissioned for the installation.

 

*At 137 metres tall and 2872 metres long, the Queen Elizabeth II toll bridge in [...]

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One Canada Square – Canary Wharf Tower

Canary Wharf Tower previously had Xenon High Intensity Warning lights at the top of the tower. The age of this system meant that problems were occurring more frequently with the lights and costs in replacing spare parts, flash tubes and maintenance costs in general becoming inefficient.

Delta Spoke to the management at Canary Wharf and suggested that it would be more cost effective to replace the entire existing Aircraft Warning Light System with a new state of the art, latest technology LED System. Our LED system offers the benefits of greater efficiency for energy consumption than Xenon, increased environmental considerations [...]

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