In concert with the new St Hugo’s Cellar Door Redevelopment PRW is moving ahead with a master-planning of the Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre site, extending from the St Hugo’s site across Jacob’s Creek and to the Visitor Centre. This exciting development will be augmented by a unique night time tourism experience to be designed and delivered by LVX’s illumination engineering and controls team.
As a part of its push to the high end Asian market, and to celebrate the genesis of its founder, Hugo Gramp, and its most famous Orlando brand, St Hugo, the original 1847 winery is being developed into a high end tourism and wine experience. Set overlooking original vineyards, oak and cork trees, and Jacob’s Creek, the redevelopment will provide an unparalleled experience for wine and history lovers alike when it opens in mid-2016. With a capability and skill set squarely built in the areas of architecture, heritage and the wine industry, LVX is please to have been engaged by PRW to provide an exception illuminatin and controls outcome for the redevelopment.
LVX is pleased to have been appointed to provide specialist illumination and building services engineering to this globally recognised brand. Set overlooking the olive groves on Torbreck’s Barossa Valley vineyard, this new building will further enhance the Torbreck experience for lovers of this globally renowned label.
LVX is pleased to have been appointed to provide specialist illumination and building services engineering to multi-award winning Barossa restaurant, Ferment Asian. A focus upon heritage, culture, mood and ambience will see the refurbishment and extension of this already reknowned restaurant further enhance its reputation on the national stage.
LVX has been engaged to provide specialist illumination and controls services engineering to fast growing international fashion protagonist, Australian Fashion Labels for the refurbishment of its new Headquarters on North Terrace, Adelaide. With expanding brands including BNKR, Finders Keepers, Keepsake, Jaggar & The Fifth, taking hold throughout Australia, Europe, Asia and North America Auslabels is moving its headquarters from Currie Street to Heritage Listed Security House, in Adelaide.
A focus upon heritage, form and style will see this high profile building rejuvenated and transformed into the centre of all of Auslabels’ global operations by December 2015.
The City of Canning in Perth WA is moving ahead with the redevelopment of its Queen’s Park urban precinct. LVX has been engaged with the complex task of creating a new and fresh feel for the precinct, and at the same time complying with all of the statutory regulations of a complete group of stakeholders: City of Canning, Western Power, Public Transport Authority amd Department of Main Roads.
The emergency lighting system at Darwin Correctional Precinct has been successfully commissioned. Engaged by Clevertronics, the system manufacturer, on behalf of Nilsen Electric, (contractor), and John Holland, (Builder), LVX Group delivered the extremely complex solution, requiring 2,500 luminaires spread across 78 individual buildings to the networked to a central server, on time and according to the brief.
LVX Group is pleased to announce that it has been novated from project design consultant to specialist systems sub-contractor to deliver the installation of intelligent, emergency lighting at Thornlie Station. Working closely with ESCO, (contract principal), LVX will ensure that this world leading solution is delivered successfully, integrating all emergency lighting to the PTA Central Server, as a part of PTA’s Centralised Emergency Lighting System. The project is due for completion 30 June 2014.
Working as systems technical support provider to Downer, LVX Group has had its engagement at Sydney Opera House renewed in 2014. As an enhancement to its service offer, LVX Group will now be assisting Downer with a staged, sustainable upgrade of the emergency lighting at SOH to non-toxic, long life Lithium battery technology.
LVX Group is pleased to announce that it has been novated from project design consultant to specialist systems sub-contractor to deliver the installation of intelligent, emergency lighting at Kenwick Tunnel. Working closely with ESCO, (contract principal), LVX will ensure that this world leading solution is delivered successfully, integrating all emergency lighting to the PTA Central Server, as a part of PTA’s Centralised Emergency Lighting System. The project is due for completion 30 June 2014.