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Art Gallery Opening!

One of our teams has just spent the last 3 months working with the Jacobson Gallery to create a beautiful new space for them to display their artwork. The new gallery is located in Duke Street St James' in the Piccadilly area and opened successfully, to a private viewing, on Saturday morning. 

CEAV was involved on the project on a number of different levels. We was the chosen electrical contractors, therefore we installed all the power, lighting, CCTVintercom, alarm and structured cabling systems. We also offered our AV expertise and installed the data and Wi-Fi solutions in the gallery. This included a data rack, testing and labelling of all data ports, installing and setting up an intelligent Wi-Fi system, and as security was a major factor, an advanced firewall system. 

We've added a few photos of the opening below but we will be adding a full project description with many more photos in our portfolio section in the coming weeks!

If you have a commercial project in mind and would like a single contractor to take control and responsible for all your electrical and data systems then please contact us today and we'll be happy to help.


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Nearing the end.... Erco Track Lighting

We're nearing the end now of another interesting project. Today we installed the smaller of two Erco suspended tracks. For those who haven't heard of Erco they really are the leaders in track lighting. The photo below shows the track being suspended in a an art galleries private viewing room. 

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Track lighting gives the client the ability to move the lights along the track themselves with little effort and gives them maximum flexibility for different exhibitions. The LED clip in lights can be controlled via 2 independent channels, the third channel is used to power the emergency lighting pack you can see in the middle of the track.

LED lighting is very energy efficient and these particular fittings emit a very warm (high kelvin) light, something which is becoming more popular with modern LEDs. 

We still have the large gallery to compete next week which will include 50 meters of track, all of which is to be suspended. We're going to use multiple lasers to get it perfect as we did with the track you see above. Stay tuned for more photos of us doing it and the finished product!!

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