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ILP Scotland CPD Webinar: Edinburgh’s 64,000 Energy Efficient Project

20 January 2021 10:30 am - 11:15 am
A project manager’s journey through the various stages of delivering Edinburgh’s project.

A project manager’s journey through the various stages of delivering Edinburgh’s project to install a street lighting central management system and new energy efficient street lights across the city.

The project (or EESLP) consists of the design, supply and installation of approximately 49,557 energy efficient street lighting luminaires including disposal of redundant lanterns (except heritage/conservation lanterns which will be designed and supplied by the Employer, approximately 4,483 but installed by the Contractor); installation of approximately 63,765 nodes/telecells (approximately 54,040 on new luminaires and retrofit approximately 9,725 on existing luminaires, including 7-pin NEMA sockets), nodes supplied by the Employer; installation of new columns as required by design and replacement of damaged columns, approximately 1,600 and sundry items and small repairs to facilitate the installation.

Speaker: John (Jack) Keillor BSc MSc MRICS MAPM, Associate Director at Currie & Brown

Host: Ray Clarkson, Chair and Kevin Ramsay IEng MILP, Honorary Secretary for ILP Scotland

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Date:
20th January, 2021
Time:
10:30 am - 11:15 am
Cost:
Free
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