News from A.C. Special Projects in 2001
Below you will find all the news about the company and the installations.
A.C. Puts the Boost in Museum Display of Thrust SSC (SuperSonic Car)
27 September 2001
Thrust SSC, the fastest car on earth, has been purchased by the Museum of British Road Transport (Coventry) and is to be displayed in a specially designed 'Mach 1 Show' open to the public from 9th September 2001.
A.C. installs new lighting and audio systems for King Alfred's College, Winchester
16 August 2001
Located on a wooded hillside overlooking the beautiful cathedral city of Winchester, King Alfred's College was founded in 1840 and today is home to over 5,000 full and part-time students. Teacher training remains an important part of the College's provision, whilst in addition there are a broad range of courses spanning the humanities, social sciences and business. However, the fastest growing area of work is in Performing Arts. The college has made substantial investments in its core infrastructure in recent years including new IT Centres with free access to the Internet and email and a substantial, state-of-the-art extension to the College library.
A.C. Lighting creates unique lighting design for telecommunication mast
07 August 2001
The skyline of the city of Dublin recently witnessed the arrival of a unique feature when A.C. Lighting, working on behalf of London based architects Hunt McGarry, commissioned a unique lighting scheme on a telecommunications mast in the city centre.
A.C. Lighting forms alliance with Reggiani
06 June 2001
To meet the increasing demand on the Special Projects Division of A.C. Lighting to design, supply and install complete lighting schemes a new alliance has been formed with Reggiani Lighting, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reggiani Spa (Milan, Italy).
12 April 2001
A.C. Lighting combines with lighting consultants Minds Eye in retail project for House of Fraser.