Dextra LED Pro-Light MINI Get's Ready to Hit the Shelves

The eagerly-awaited launch of a new range of high quality LED spot lights is set to take place. With around a year in development, the Pro-Light MINI range has been designed with precision to offer retailers nationwide true versatility without compromise.
Retailers will soon be able to enhance their spaces with the comprehensive and high performing selection of high quality LED spot lights suitable to fulfil an array of retail lighting requirements.

West Sussex college granted bright boost with fluorescent luminaires

College lighting has been granted a bright boost during a recent refurbishment project in West Sussex. Felpham Community College is home to more than 1400 pupils and has undergone a recent refurbishment within classrooms and corridors. The Bognor-based college now boasts an extensive lighting upgrade, with two high-performing fluorescent luminaires from Dextra Lighting being utilised throughout the school’s space.

Bright prospects for Dextra luminaire ranges in business centre development

An Aberdeen-based business centre has undergone an impressive £125,000 refurbishment, with workers benefiting from brighter working environments. Prospect Park Business Centre, currently under development, is home to four individual office sites for oil-based companies which include Blue Sky and Bibby Offshore, that offer services to both the oil and gas industry.
A number of luminaires were installed during the project, with products utilised from the Discalo, Amenity and Solution ranges.

Illuminating the pathway for pupils to achieve

With a philosophy built on the commitment to provide the best possible environment in which its children can flourish and achieve, school lighting has played a key role in enhancing that ethos further at Gloucester-based Beech Green Primary School. It is the latest in a long line of education lighting projects undertaken in schools, colleges and universities for Dextra Lighting who collaborated with consultants Atkins at Beech Green. The Duet T5 came top of the class, with both the school and Atkins opting for bi-directional T5 fluorescent lighting.