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
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.
At 1.2 million square feet, Birmingham’s Bullring is a powerhouse in British retailing. With 160 stores, this iconic destination draws millions of visitors every year. But it also draws a lot of power.* That’s why the developers needed a robust, economic solution for its utilities infrastructure.