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Worcester Royal Grammar School

Client

Royal Grammar School
The Grange, Worcester

Project 

Vehicle & Pedestrian
Access Route Alterations

Sector

Education

Building Contractor

Heming Group Ltd

Electrical Contractor

Ford Electrical Ltd

Contract Period

School Summer Holidays

Location

Claines, Worcester, Worcestershire. UK

Works Undertaken

External LED Lighting

Street columns

Bollards and fence lighting

Energy saving control system
 

The Project

Worcester Royal Grammar School is the 5th oldest school in the UK and the 6th oldest in the world, which tells only a small part of the history behind this prestigious and historic school.

 

The Grange is one of RGS’s preparatory schools for girls and boys aged 2-11 years based on the outskirts of Worcester.

 

Ford Electrical Ltd were employed by their sister company Heming Services Ltd to carry out the external electrical installation works for vehicle and pedestrian access route alterations.

 

The main part of the project for Worcester Royal Grammar School was the erection of external LED lighting, consisting of street columns, bollards and fence lighting.

 

All external lighting was installed with energy saving control systems. These were installed with the long term interests of the client in mind, offering cost efficiency and savings for the future. This was achieved not only by using these controls but also the light fittings used were of an LED design which again offers outstanding efficiency.

 

There was a tight deadline with the installations taking place during the School Summer holidays.

 

“The project at Worcester was complete on schedule and we at Ford Electrical Ltd feel the finished project is quite impressive.” Said Jack England, Electrical Operations Manager at Ford Electrical Ltd

 

“It was a pleasure to carry out a prestigious project for the Grammar School and look forward to similar projects like this in the future.”