A heat-resistant, fully compliant solution
In 2018, AIG gave Midstream the go-ahead to proceed with a trial project, one that would see 14 of the lighting company’s Titan Series units installed. Pleased with how simple those luminaires were to install, and impressed with the resultant energy savings, IAG invited Midstream to tender for a larger contract – a pitch that we subsequently won.
With a design that utilised 191 of its Titan 420, Titan 560 and Titan 720 luminaires, Midstream got to work on a full overhaul of QAIA’s apron lighting areas. Those robust, heat-resistant, and energy efficient luminaires were retrofitted across the airport’s existing mast infrastructure – a significant cost saving in itself. But with lower maintenance costs and a reduction in energy usage of 68%, QAIA’s new lighting is cheaper to run on an ongoing basis too.
As well as being present to oversee the install, Midstream representatives also provided AIG with remote support on how to achieve the optimum lighting levels – ensuring that QAIA remains fully compliant with International Civil Aviation Organization recommendations.