Zucchini helps to power Arsenal redevelopment

Contributing to the electrical installation at the former Highbury Stadium is an electrical power infrastructure designed and made by Zucchini.
The former home of Arsenal Football Club, now renamed The Stadium, has a key electrical power infrastructure designed and made by Zucchini. The site covers about 10 acres and has over 700 luxury apartments, landscaped gardens with feature water walls, underground car park and on-site fitness centre. Working closely with the London office of NG Bailey and building-services consulting engineers Hoare Lea of Birmingham, Zucchini produced 32 customised rising-main, busbar power-distribution systems of 32 A each. The company also supplied 352 specially designed tap-off boxes to meet the client’s specific requirements for power distribution to the luxury apartments and penthouses.
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