Client: Stonewater Housing
Description of Work: LED Upgrade
Duration: April 2014 (2 weeks)
Pembroke House is a block of flats that was once Salisbury’s old infirmary in Fisherton Street. The building is over 240 years old and closed as a hospital in 1993, where its patients were transferred to Odstock. The building was converted in 1997 and is made up of 52 apartments and townhouses.
We carried out a LED upgrade on 145 communal lights throughout the building which was completed in 2 weeks, to ensure minimal disruption for the residents. Each individual light now is specially designed to only come on when movement is detected which will help reduce energy costs. Following on from these works, we have now recently completed a full storage heating upgrade at Pembroke House in all apartments.
Since the project finished, another client of ours have been to view the works and we now have similar LED upgrade projects in the Wessex pipeline.
“I would like to thank Wessex for providing an excellent service, whilst carrying out works at Pembroke House and Raglan Court, Salisbury. The professionalism, commitment, care and compassion they have shown is exceptionally commendable. Having spoken to some resident’s, the feedback is excellent. They too send their thanks for the workmanship and courtesy, the engineers involved have shown by listening and being sympathetic, where nothing is impossible to resolve. I hope they carry on the excellent works, which they undertake to make our residents safe in their homes”
David Singh, Retirement Living Officer (RLO) for Stonewater