Ranked as the world’s most influential city, London is an economic and cultural powerhouse.* It’s where 41% of the world’s foreign equities are traded. Around one third of the world’s foreign exchange flows through the UK’s capital. No wonder London needs leading-edge connectivity
Glasgow City Council operates over 700 buildings. Around one third of those are schools, running nearly 20,000 ICT devices. It’s an area of energy use that’s rarely considered. Yet, SSE Enterprise’s pilot project showed a 9% saving – worth £4,500 per week across just 29 schools.
Top swimmers expend a great deal of energy. Ironically, so do swimming pools.* People expect the showers to be hot, the air to be warm and the pool to be just perfect. Which leaves you with potentially costly building control challenges – from heating water to stopping evaporation.
The Beatles, Bowie and Beyoncé have all played here. Lately, our engineers have been performing at London’s most iconic music venue too. In a major refurbishment, we’ve been working around the clock, while working around the crowded performance schedule.
With a crowd capacity of 74,500 it’s the home of Welsh rugby, and Welsh football. It has 113 hospitality areas, 22 bars,* 7 restaurants and a fully retractable roof. But the stadium didn’t have efficient lighting – the kind that can deliver 66% more light with a 49% saving in energy costs.