Wieland reflects on success in Dublin’s Dock

Wieland, modular wiring systems, Reflector, Dublin's Grand Canal Dock

A modular wiring system and connectors from Wieland Electric are integral components in the newly constructed Reflector building, a landmark office and residential development situated on Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock.

The Reflector, owned by Park Developments Group, is a six-storey over basement building that extends to over 123,000 sq. ft. and has been completed to the highest of standards that include LEED Gold V4 accreditation and A3 BER Certification.

Core Electrical designed and supplied the unique modular wiring system for the project, integrating an intelligent, modular lighting control system to fulfil the requirements of the brief. Core, Wieland’s exclusive distributor for building installation products across Ireland, utilised Wieland wiring systems to provide a fast, easy installation that would reduce installation costs and future-proof the building.

Use of a structured wiring system with ‘plug and play’ connectivity, supplied pre-tested and pre-assembled off site for easy connection, has been shown to generate savings of 70% in installation time resulting in a significant reduction in costs. The modular wiring and lighting control system at The Reflector has provided a solution that reaches the environmental and user comfort objectives of today’s modern office facilities to offer convenience, performance and futureproofing in one touch.

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