Recent Techlight Projects

NZ's FIRST TELEMANAGEMENT-CONTROLLED LED-LIT TUNNEL wins IESANZ Award 2016

Wellington's Mount Victoria Tunnel became the first in NZ to be lit by Telemanagement-controlled LED Lighting.

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ITALO LED FITTINGS start to light up Auckland

As Auckland starts the roll-out of its planned move to LED street lighting, AEC's Italo is taking it's place on key routes. The new LED luminaires, with up to 50% energy saving over traditional lights, are now making Auckland Transport's white light policy affordable.

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BRYCE STREET, HAMILTON - 35% energy saving on street lighting

Bryce street is a major shopping street in Hamilton which needs to be brightly lit after dark to encourage shoppers. LED luminaires give a white light which ensures objects are seen in their true colours, making them more easily perceived by the human eye and thus increasing road safety.

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THE BASE SHOPPING CENTRE - Improving after-dark shopping experience

Walking out of brightly-lit shopping malls to a gloomy car park can make us feel a bit uncomfortable about shopping after dark. The brief was to create an effective transition area to remove the "shock of the dark" while minimising energy use.

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TE RAPA BYPASS - Economical lighting strategy

The bypass is a key section of the planned upgrade to State Highway 1, connecting business centres in north west Hamilton to the Waikato Expressway. The strategy for lighting focussed on user safety.

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HANNAH'S BAY, LAKE ROTORUA - Local beauty spot brightly lit for evening activities

Hannah`s Bay on Lake Rotorua shore is a delightful all mobility playground, popular for swimming and windsurfing. The brief was to make the reserve feel safer to use after dark, but with an overall energy saving.

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HAMILTON RING ROAD - Lighting the new 4-laning efficiently

Providing effective lighting whilst minimising expense was achieved through optimising the use of different lamp technologies.

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WINTEC CAMPUS - Keeping students safe at night

Built on a sloping site, Wintec Campus has several levels connected with flights of stairs. The brief was to ensure the lighting gave a sense of place to the communal meeting areas and made students and staff feel safe using these areas and steps after dark.

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PEDESTRIAN CROSSING - specific optics

Pedestrian Crossings require a high level of white light across the whole width of the crossing to maximise the safety of pedestrians

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