Replacement of Underground Tunnel Light Fittings

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The Royal United Hospital, Bath is a 650 bed district general hospital serving a population of 500,000. It is based on a 53 acre site in the Combe Park area of Bath. The Estate is made up of 64 separate blocks that range in age from the 1700?s up to the present date.


The hospital has a series of underground tunnels and service ducts which are currently illuminated by a various lighting methods. As part of our continued programme of reducing the trusts carbon footprint we have a continual programme of replacing existing service area lighting with energy efficient LED fittings along with the introduction of energy conscious lighting control systems.

The outline scope is to Disconnect, Remove and Replace all of the existing underground lighting system containment and wiring. The contractor is to design a new system of lighting to comply with CIBSE code for interior lighting and BS EN 12464 ? 1:2002 ? Light & Lighting of Work Places (100 lux). The scheme to incorporate with energy efficient LED luminaries (ideally Exled Solara) which is to have a combination of maintained permanently illuminated emergencies with additional lighting controlled by either Microwave technology or similar cost efficient method. The emergency lighting shall be Cooper Lighting ?Briteway? illuniaires and is to be controlled by the Cooper Lighting ?Intellem? system which required a comms cable link to run to all fittings. The new system is to be wired in FP200 cable for the power and standard cat 5 comms cable to be used for the emergency light communications. All to be installed along existing containment.

Full details and requirements to be provided within the tender specification

Scope of Work

Proposed Tender Issue date
30th November 2010

Proposed Tender Duration
2 weeks

Proposed Tender Completion date
15th December 2010

United Kingdom

Published date:
Aug 09 2016

Dec 15 2010

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