Solar lighting to identify temporary works

Galliford Try Seymour Street team identified the need to light up Temporary support towers to enable the crane driver to see the temporary works during the winters months

The lights were identified as an innovative idea when the crane driver stated he had trouble seeing the steel towers clearly at the start and end of the days when the natural lighting was poor.

The lights were mounted onto the steel towers and were strategically positioned to ensure that they gave the driver the best illumination of the steel structures.

The lights have a sensor which identifies the darker lighting conditions which triggers their illumination.

Economically and environmentally viable, the lights are solar powered and the only maintenance is checking that they are all working correctly.

The lights provide excellent illumination of the steels and have resolved an unusual but critical safety aspect of the project at Seymour Street.

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