DMU New Food Court April 2016

Lowe Electrical completes work at the new De Montfort University Food Village

April 2016

With over 20 years’ experience that has seen growth and success for Lowe Electrical, working as electrical contractors to the education sector continues to demand the highest level of vision, skill and working practice.

Lowe has worked with Leicester’s De Montfort University for over 10 years and is excited to be part of the £136 million campus transformation currently underway.

As part of the construction of the university’s new Vijay Patel Building, which will house its art and design courses, Lowe Electrical was appointed to work on the building’s new Food Village, opening mid-April.

The Food Village offers staff and students of the University a first class dining experience in beautifully designed and crafted surroundings.

Lowe Electrical has been working on this project with foodservice design experts; CDS Wilman and contract catering leaders; Chartwells, who are part of the Compass Group. The collaboration has proved to be a major success and one that Lowe Electrical’s Managing Director Jon Lowe says has been a positive, productive and enjoyable experience.

We have been responsible for all the electrical design and installation work, including the lighting, catering units, power outlets, mechanical supplies, security card access and emergency systems.

The project at DMU has been an exciting and rewarding venture. A team of six Lowe engineers has been working for over six months, managing and delivering the vision that the University set out to achieve. We are incredibly proud of our achievements and look forward to including this in our portfolio.

 

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Electrical Services for Education in Leicestershire

March 2016

Over the next few weeks our dedicated brochure for education establishments will be arriving with Estates Managers across Leicestershire and the Midlands. Please have a read of our article here.

 

Lighting up a bright future in Education

November 2013

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Lowe Electrical, Electrical Contractors in Leicester understands the challenges facing universities and schools. We work carefully with the education sector to provide a professional service meeting tight deadlines and working around the timetables involved.

The correct lighting can enhance the learning and teaching environment for students and improve safety and comfort for everyone on campus.  Energy efficient lighting and controls will start to yield benefits right away in terms of reduced energy bills and on-going maintenance costs.

If you would like to know more on behalf of your school / University / educational establishment, please do get in touch with Lowe web

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Electrical Contractors in the East Midlands Illuminating Bright Sparks

October 2013

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Lowe Electrical Contractors work with all sizes of  Schools, Colleges and Universities in and around the East Midlands. We are industry leaders, NICEIC approved and highly skilled in the educational sector.

Lowe are sympathetic to the educational day and to minimise disruption, we work around school timetables. We can assist and advise on any statutory compliance and manage related sub contractors on behalf of educational establishments.

The work we carry out :

Design, Lighting and Power Installations, Emergency Lighting, Fire Alarms, Generator Installation, Energy Conservation Systems, Solar Photo Voltaic Systems, Access Control, CCTV, Intruder Alarms, Heating and Ventilation Systems, Audio Visual Systems, Data, Reactive Maintenance, Planned Maintenance and Inspection and Testing.

For further information please get in touch on 0116 254 5423

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Regent sixth-form college

Client:
Regent College is a sixth-form facility located in Leicester city centre.

Brief:
The electrical systems around the College required updating and upgrading to ensure the institution met its safety obligations and stayed within regulation.

Solution:
A full site survey and consultation with the Principal was carried out enabling Lowe Electrical to produce an individual, modernised lighting and power scheme.
• The Sports Department changing facility was altered so that the lighting system worked more efficiently and ensured adequate safety
• Dining room and Café lighting was modernised and improved with the installation of decorative fittings
• A new power and data system was installed in the IT rooms and in addition a comfort cooling system was installed
• To improve energy efficiency, new lighting controls were installed throughout the College and alterations made to the incoming electrical service and main switchgear.

Result:
As a result of the recent upgrades and improvements, the College’s energy consumption has proved to be far more efficient and the overall appearance and ambience has greatly improved.

Lowe Electrical has a long-standing relationship with the College and continues to provide it with a 24-hour electrical maintenance service as well as routine services such as EL testing.