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We have worked on a wide variety of projects across a range of industries.
WestpacTrust Cricket Stadium, Hamilton
North Harbour Stadium, Albany, Auckland
LDP was responsible for all sports lighting within the main stadium to meet international colour television broadcast, international and provincial level playing (non-televised) club and training and adjacent external playing fields for NZ soccer and FIFA standards and club training levels.
Western Springs Stadium, Auckland
Design and supervision of major lighting upgrade for the televised broadcast of motor racing on outer circuit and rugby on the inner field.
North Shore Events Centre, Auckland-ongoing
Lighting design for the 2009 U19 basketball world championship, 2007 U21 World Table tennis championship & 2008 & 2009 NZ National badminton championships. (We have designed and developed a unique flexible lighting system that enables the centre to easily configure the lighting for a variety of sporting codes, suitable for club and televised major tournaments.
Trafalgar Park, Nelson
Advice to Nelson City Council on the environmental effects for the upgrade of the stadium for the Rugby World Cup and working with the Park’s lighting supplier on how to achieve the required result.
Eden Park, Auckland
LDP was responsible for the review of the lighting for Auckland Council and engaged by the Eden Park Trust Board for advice, peer review and recommendations to achieve quality lighting for the 2011 Rugby World Cup and International Cricket World Cup for HDTV broadcasts.
Avantidrome, Velodrome Home of Cycling NZ, Cambridge, New Zealand:
LDP Ltd was engaged for the design, specification and supervision of the new national cycling training & competition facility.
This is designed to Category 1 UCI homologation standard, including HDTV broadcast lighting.
Commonwealth Games Velodrome, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
LDP’s personnel were integral in the electrical and illumination services design, specification and supervision of this world class cycling training & competition facility. Design was to the exacting UCI standard, including TV broadcast lighting considerations and requirements.
Coastlands Aquatic Centre, Kapiti Coast, New Zealand
Aquatic Centres demand a special skill set, reinforced by experience, to ensure that all equipment is appropriately selected during design to mitigate the corrosive effects of heated humid chlorinated air and water. Electrical safety is particular concern due to step potential and exposed metal parts. Also, care is required when penetrating the vapour barrier to avoid introducing corrosive elements to the building structure. LDP utilised its extensive experience in this highly specialised field and were responsible for the design and observation of all the electrical services, including power, lighting, security & communications.
Alpine Aqualand, Queenstown
This project encompassed most of the primary elements of lighting design challenges within a single space – technical performance, visual enhancement and creative effects.
The client wanted a lighting solution to enhance patrons’ enjoyment of the facility while providing a safe environment using equipment suited to the corrosive pool air. The solution needed to be cost effective, energy efficient and suited to the long term owner.
Our philosophy of considering every possible option and taking a long-term view to optimise the outcome ensures every design will be safe, long-lasting and energy efficient, both for the end user and the environment. This not only has massive benefits for our clients it is an approach that is well recognised and acknowledged by our industry peers as well.