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Street lighting feature works completed as part of Broadmarsh redevelopment project

A series of street lighting works have been unveiled as part of the redevelopment of the disused area around the Broadmarsh car park, bus station and central library building in Nottingham City Centre. 

Our team recently completed works along Sussex Street as part of a wider public realm redevelopment of the Broadmarsh Centre – Nottingham’s city-defining redevelopment which got underway in September 2020. 

The project, which is anticipated to be completed in May 2023, is being delivered in partnership with Thomas Bow Ltd on behalf of Nottingham City Council. McCann has been involved since its inception, successfully securing the supply, installation and connection of functional and architectural lighting along Colin Street and north Carrington Street back in 2020. 

The most recent lighting works have been completed along Sussex Street, next to the recently established Nottingham College building. The works included the installation of illuminated handrails, tram underbridge architectural lighting, tree uplights and street lighting columns. 

Completion of the lighting scheme comes in addition to the news of an all-weather, well-lit skatepark which is also due to be built on Sussex Street in the coming months. 

Our Electrical and Technical Project Manager, Walter Webb, is proud of the hard work that’s gone into the project by the McCann team and looks forward to the future as our portfolio of electrical and infrastructure works continue to grow.

“While we have gained a nationwide reputation for delivering quality electrical and infrastructure solutions for projects up and down the country, it is always nice to get involved with works close by – especially in our home city,”

“The team on-site has shown commitment and dedication during the completion of the lighting schemes on the Broadmarsh public realm, and it’s been a real delight to work in partnership with a fellow Nottingham-based firm in Thomas Bow.”

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