Melbourne Uni-Art Student Centre
Deakin Uni Greenwood
Eastern Golf Club
Buddha Bodhivana Monastery
Icehouse, Melbourne (VIC)
This building uses KNX bus for control of the rinks and office areas. With this integrated system lighting in the rinks and stadium areas are controlled via two touch screens which allows the user to adjust the lighting grid for special events such as competitions, general day use, grooming of the ice rink.
Other areas utilize DALI lighting control in the function rooms and general offices. Back of house areas utilize the BEG sensor range such as change rooms, toilets and storage areas as these areas require occupancy detection to meet BAC standards and do not require scheduling.
Programming was kept to a minimum as all the components were programmed offsite as the time frame was very short so it was essential to get the system up and running to meet the opening date.
Peter Doherty Institute
Monash University (VIC)
Menzies Building, Building H
Royal Children’s Hospital (VIC)
Parkville Neuroscience Centre (VIC)
Now renamed Melbourne Brain Centre
Automotive Centre of Excellence Kangan Batman Tafe
Wodonga TAFE Centre for Sustainable Skills (VIC)
This project was a winner at the annual electrical industry Excellence Awards 2011 hosted by the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA).
Category – Commercial – Small Project
A commercial project where the applicant’s contract value is less than $500,000.
Winner: Watters Electrical (Aust) Pty Ltd
Project: Wodonga TAFE Centre for Sustainable Skills
Why: Watters faced many challenges on this project. The work comprised of the general light and power, data cabling, security systems, emergency warning, CCTV and the electrical installation of the air conditioning through out the building The installation of automated systems allowed for the reduction of energy consumption by the TAFE.
N53 Willett Centre
The Prentice Building University of Queensland
QUT Sci-Tech Queensland University of Technology
The University of Queensland St Lucia Campus